Exiting open office

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Exiting open office

Postby dmallernee » Sat Jul 26, 2008 2:21 am

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I am using Open Office 2.4
Mac OSX
I am having trouble exiting the program. I don't have an icon for open office in my "tray" so I open it by going to applications in "Finder". When open office opens, so does the program X11. When I try to exit the program or quit the program, I see my icon that the computer is working, and after a long time I get a time out message and the program doesn't close. I have tried to restart the computer but I get another message that I need to quit open office before it will restart. I need some help.
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Re: Exiting open office

Postby TheGurkha » Sun Jul 27, 2008 6:14 pm

I'm not familiar with the Mac OS but I guess it must at least have similar features to Windows. In Windows there is a thing called Task Manager. This allows you to see the running tasks and to selectively kill them.
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Re: Exiting open office

Postby TheGurkha » Sun Jul 27, 2008 7:01 pm

The second public beta release of OpenOffice.org 3.0 runns natively onthe MAc and doesn't need X11. You could try that, but be aware it is a beta - make lots of backups!

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