5 things you should know to master your office software [Microsoft, Mac or Open Source]

Regardless of the flavour of Office Productivity software that you use, be it OpenOffice.org, LibreOffice, NeoOffice, Microsoft Office or Apple products including Pages, Numbers and Keynote… there are some basic skills that you should master to be really productive. This post highlights five of these skills. … [Read more...]

Getting Help [Support for OpenOffice.org, LibreOffice, NeoOffice]

One of the things about Open Source software is that a great deal of the help comes from the community. This is done through the community, and through an interface called a forum. Some people may not be familiar with forums, however as a way of getting assistance on specific problems they are pretty useful. Users response with different options and methods of approaching your issue or … [Read more...]

Quick Superscript and Subscript in NeoOffice, OpenOffice.org Writer [for footnotes, squared, cubed, etc]

Amazon Affiliate: How to Write & Sell Simple Information for Fun and Profit: Your Guide to Writing and Publishing Books, E-Books, Articles, Special Reports, Audio Programs, DVDs, and Other How-To Content When you are trying to square or cube something (perhaps you're quoting cubit feet or cubic metres for a client, or looking at floor space), or adding footnotes for a thesis or writing … [Read more...]