This chapter was a general introduction to OpenOffice.org, providing a global overview of what you can expect from the programs within the suite. In particular, we focused on the extent of the suite’s similarities with Microsoft Office and discussed issues surrounding file compatibility with Microsoft Office. We also looked at how Windows fonts can be brought into SUSE Linux, which aids in successfully importing and creating compatible documents.
In the next chapter, you’ll learn about the configuration options globally applicable to the suite, as well as common functions provided across all the programs.
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