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.
Often you will find yourself in situations where you either need to open a Microsoft Office document that someone else has sent you, or save an OpenOffice.org document in a Microsoft Office compatible format so that someone else can open it. One of the most useful features of OpenOffice.org is that it is very compatible with Microsoft Office. It can be used to both open Microsoft Office documents, such as Word documents or Excel documents, and save documents in other formats as Microsoft Office documents.
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.