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RE: [K12OSN] Alternative to Max's Toolbox?



On Wed, 6 Jul 2005 rmcdaniel indata us wrote:

> Does anyone have any good recommendations for text books to cover
> OpenOffice??  We are going to be implementing this in our school to teach
> word processing and spread sheets.


I've been using the
OpenOffice.org  resource kit
Solveig Haugland/Floyd Jones
Prentice Hall Books


bit pricy for school maybe but very comprehensive and actually readable
and understandable for a computer book

it isn't perfect but if more books were written this clearly I would
probably buy a lot more books

Bob

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