Category Archives: OpenOffice

Digital Restrictions Management

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Moving to OpenOffice: Batch Converting Legacy Documents

Got a bunch of proprietary Micrsoft formatted Excel, Word or PowerPoint files laying around? Would you like to “batch” convert them to a nice open xml file format like OpenOffice’s ODS, ODT or ODP? I found an excellent article/tutorial including … Continue reading

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Letter to the Editor

I recently wrote to the local section of the News-Press newspaper here in Fort Myers, Florida.  My opinion article appeared in the Wednesday, October 12, 2005 edition.  Here it is. Diplomat Middle School earns good business grade Lee county spends … Continue reading

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OpenOffice Gains Respect

I recently learned that the extrememly popular FOSS content management system typo3 is now capable of indexing OpenOffice documents! Could this be the beginning of a new trend?

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Notebook Review

GotApex has a review of a Asus built notebook. Normally, I would not bother posting such links. However, I consider this somewhat interesting as PowerNotebooks offer thier notebooks default without an OS. For many of us that look to install … Continue reading

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