LibreOffice allows you to implement an all electronic workflow, and save comments and edits as part of the document history. In this tutorial you will learn how to use the tools that LibreOffice provides to track the changes you make to your documents, and provide your reviewers with the ability to reject or accept changes.
Using images in your documents is a good way to ensure that they give a lasting impression. Whether it is a resume, letter, or flyer to promote an upcoming event, LibreOffice makes it easy to add images to your documents, and format them correctly. Traditionally office productivity suites like Microsoft Office have offered clip art which you can include with your documents. Unfortunately the clip art that usually comes with these office programs is less than desirable. By using LibreOffice, and other resources that are available for free online, you can add some visual impact to your documents.
It becomes increasingly important to efficiently select the cells you are working with, in an OpenOffice.org Spreadsheet, as your spreadsheet gets bigger and bigger. Those of you who have worked with files that are thousands of rows long know what I mean. Learning a few simple keyboard shortcuts, will make your productivity increase tremendously! In this episode, we cover a few of the most useful shortcuts for selecting cells in an OpenOffice.org spreadsheet. Once you have the cells you want selected, you can use your selection to apply formatting to make your spreadsheet look nice, or use the values of your selection in calculating formulas.
In this video, the first of a series of episodes which will introduce you to OpenOffice.org, you will learn how to obtain and install OpenOffice.org which is a free alternative to Microsoft Office. OpenOffice.org comes with a number of programs that are analogous to the Microsoft Office programs.