[Solved] Spanish manuals OOo

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[Solved] Spanish manuals OOo

Postby luismadridg » Wed Apr 02, 2008 6:51 am

Welcome beginner. Please answer all of the questions below which may provide information necessary to answer your question.
Which version of OpenOffice.org are you using? 2.4
What Operating System (version) are you using? Windows XP
What is your question or comment?
Where can I find OO User manuals in Spanish???
Thanks in advance for your help
Luis Madrid
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Re: Spanish manuals OO

Postby Phil » Wed Apr 02, 2008 9:20 am


user manuals only exist in English, and even those are not always up-to-date.
Unfortunately, there is also very few information on the Spanish Locale Site.

You will find some links in the Wikipedia article about OpenOffice.

There are some Spanish Tutorials available:

You can find additional ones with a Google search for "openoffice tutorial" for Spanish language.


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Re: Spanish manuals OO

Postby luismadridg » Fri Apr 04, 2008 3:54 am

Manuals is something that we have to work on :geek:
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Re: Spanish manuals OO

Postby RGB » Sun Apr 06, 2008 11:14 am

You have some OOo articles written in Spanish (by me... 8-) ) on the begins magazine, explaining how to build a template and several "tips and tricks":
numbers 7, 9 and 10.
NOTE: some of the key-bindings explained there are out-dated.
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