Nachdem Sloveig Haugland sich abgeregt hat, gibt sie auch noch praktische Tipps.
Bitte weiterlesen...OpenOffice.org Training, Tips, and Ideas hat geschrieben:Software is not Templates. You can make anything you want in OpenOffice.org, you just have to have a nice IT person who'll get the templates for you, or do a little googling and downloading, or formatting, yourself.
I'm going to rant for a bit. Sorry, just hang on.
A fridge is not milk. You wouldn't look in your fridge, sigh, and say, rats, I was hoping there'd be juice. I need to get a different fridge. You expect to have to buy groceries.
An Ipod is not Lyle Lovett. You wouldn't buy a different brand of mp3 player just because it didn't have your favorite music. You expect to have to load your music.
A closet is not a great pair of peep-toe pumps. You wouldn't buy a different house just because it contains nothing to wear with your black velvet dress. You unpack your own shoes.
And a piece of software is not its templates. So there's no reason to think that OpenOffice.org can't make brochures or postcards because there's no File > New > Brochure or File > New > Postcard feature built into the software itself.
Software is written by programmers and you have to install it. Templates are just documents, created by people who generally are not programmers...