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Re: [vox] Open Office Question

Nope....OO is much cleaner.  On win32 OO starts with SO, but you can setup 
seperate instances for specific parts of OO like StarCalac.


On Sat, 1 Feb 2003, Robert G. Scofield wrote:

> I've just installed Open Office on my Linux OS and am getting ready to install 
> it on Windows.  It looks a lot better than Star Office 5.1.  Some of my 
> previous complaints on this list seem to have been addressed, such as 
> envelope formatting.
> But here's a question.  When I execute ./soffice I get the word processor.  
> How do I get the spreadsheet and the other programs?
> If I go to Tools->Options, I can make setting for a spreadsheet, but Star Calc 
> never comes up.  
> Thank you.
> Bob
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