Interactive forms with OpenOffice writer



In some cases training resources for open software are lacking. There aren’t too many books out there on those topices, the manuals are sometimes neglected, but there are exceptions. OpenOffice.org has such a wide ranging community that it is one of the exceptions when it comes to documentation and instructionals. One such how-to is an article at Newsforge Creating Interactive forms with OpenOffice writer

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