A conceptual guide to OpenOffice.org 3 by R Gabriel Gurley

By R Gabriel Gurley

A Conceptual consultant to OpenOffice.org three is an easy-to-read, thorough, self-paced consultant to utilizing the preferred open resource workplace productiveness suite. Written by means of an educator who's obsessed with lifelong studying, this booklet is predicated upon instructing fabric he has built over 4 years for tutorial use within the school room. This 284-page consultant offers guide for author, Calc, galvanize and Base via ten hands-on classes and 4 speedy reference courses. New themes during this version comprise install directions for the OpenOffice.org local Mac OS X port, install and use of OpenOffice.org extensions, an summary of the OpenDocument structure and masses extra. web entry is needed to obtain the mandatory lesson records and loose OpenOffice.org software program.

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In the Line Spacing selection area, select Double from the popup menu provided. In the Register-True selection area, place a checkmark within the checkbox provided to activate the feature. Then click the OK button. A few lines within the document do not need to be formatted with a paragraph indent. This would include the cover page, the works cited page as well as section headings. To format these areas, follow these steps: 6 Using your mouse, place the pointer at the beginning of line 1. Holding down the left mouse button, drag over lines 1 through 23 to select the cover page text.

To save the document to your computer’s hard drive or removable disk, follow these steps: 1 Click on the File menu and choose Save As from the menu options that appear. 2 A window will appear and prompt you to choose a location to save your document. Choose the location you want to save a document to in the Save In popup field. 3 In the field File Name, type the name you would like to save the file as. doc) file format. org 3 5 Click the button SAVE to complete the operation. (NOTE: If you are given a window prompt that warns you about saving the document as a Microsoft Word file, click the YES button.

Org 3 3 Place your pointer at the bottom-half of the Hanging Indent marker. 5” mark. 5” mark. 0” position. 5” hanging indents are created for the Works Cited section. Sorting Paragraphs According to the MLA documentation style, the works listed within the Works Cited section need to be listed in alphabetical order. Rather than cutting and pasting the works into the correct order, we can select paragraphs and sort them in alphabetical order. While our Works Cited section is still selected from creating the hanging indents, we can easily sort the works in the correct order.

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