Frequently Asked Questions about OpenOffice.org
- FAQs on this site (8daysaweek.co.uk)
- OOo Frequently Asked Questions
- Unofficial FAQs by Colin Charles
8daysaweek.co.uk partner site. A repository for OpenOffice.org macros/add-ins, and documentation about writing macros and/or extending OOo.
ODF Plugin for Microsoft Office (Free Download)
The Sun ODF Plugin for Microsoft Office gives users of Microsoft Office Word, Excel and PowerPoint the ability to read, edit and save to the ISO-standard Open Document Format (ODF). Works with Microsoft Office 2007 (SP1 or higher), Microsoft Office 2003, XP and Microsoft Office 2000.
Zamzar supports conversion between a wide variety of different file formats.
OpenOffice.org Ninja brings you news, previews, reviews, tutorials, tips, and howtos.
- OOExtras: Extras for OpenOffice.org!
Templates for Writer, Calc etc.
- Templates from the Official site
Download the template by right-clicking on the file, then choosing the appropriate pop-up menu option.
- Open Source Initiative (OSI)
The OSI are the stewards of the Open Source Definition (OSD) and the community-recognized body for reviewing and approving licenses as OSD-conformant.
- OpenOffice.org Workbooks
If you need training materials, either for your own organization or to deliver as part of your own OpenOffice.org or StarOffice training program, these workbooks are for you.
- OpenOffice.org Training, Tips, and Ideas
A blog by Solveig Haugland about OpenOffice.org, including tips and other ideas.
Reviews of OpenOffice.org
- MacWorld review
- Writing a book using OpenOffice.org
- vnunet.com review
- ZDNet UK review of MS Office
- ZDNet UK review of OpenOffice.org
Link to 8daysaweek.co.uk
Feel free to put links to www.8daysaweek.co.uk on your web-site.
All we ask is that you link to the main page (http://www.8daysaweek.co.uk/) not to any of the other pages. The names or locations of these pages may change - which would result in a "dead" link on your site.
Here is a graphic you could use:
If you would like to include some descriptive text along with the link here is our suggestion:
A User-Focused OOo site, with Forums, Help Centre, Easy Installation CDs, DVDs & Portable OOo on USB Key
To make it easy for you to add a link, here is html code to paste into your page(s):
Image only link
Paste this text into your html document body (in between the <body> and </body> tags):
<a href="http://www.8daysaweek.co.uk/"><img border="0"
src="http://www.8daysaweek.co.uk/img/8daw-logo-143x49.jpg" width="143" height="49"
alt="Visit 8daysaweek.co.uk - a User-Focused OpenOffice.org site with Forums,
Help Centre, Easy Installation CDs & Portable OOo on USB Key" /></a>
Text only link
Put this text into your html document body (in between the <body> and </body> tags):
<a href="http://www.8daysaweek.co.uk/">Click here to visit <b>www.8daysaweek.co.uk</b></a><br/> <small>A <b>User-Focused</b> OpenOffice.org site with Forums, Help Centre, Easy Installation CDs & Portable OOo on USB Key.</small>
This is how it will look (depending on any text or link styling you have setup on your website):Click here to visit www.8daysaweek.co.uk
A User-Focused OpenOffice.org site with Forums, Help Centre, Easy Installation CDs & Portable OOo on USB Key.