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Note for Mac users
What is Writer?
Parts of the main Writer window
Moving toolbars
Docking/floating windows and toolbars
Changing document views
Starting a new document
Opening an existing document
Saving a document
Password protection
Closing a document
Closing OpenOffice.org
Using the Navigator
Using the Navigation toolbar
Choosing drag mode
Getting help
What are all these things called?
Undoing and redoing changes
Using Writer on a Mac
Choosing options that affect all of OOo
Choosing options for loading and saving documents
Choosing options for Writer
Choosing options for HTML documents
Choosing language settings
Controlling Writer’s AutoCorrect functions
Selecting text
Cutting, copying, and pasting text
Finding and replacing text
Inserting special characters
Formatting paragraphs
Formatting characters
Creating numbered or bulleted lists
Using footnotes and endnotes
Checking spelling and grammar
Using built-in language tools
Using synonyms and the thesaurus
Hyphenating words
Using AutoCorrect
Using word completion
Using AutoText
Linking to another part of a document
Switching between insert and overwrite mode
Counting the words in a selection
Changing the case of selected text
Choosing a layout method
Setting up basic page layout using styles
Inserting a landscape page into a portrait document
Changing page margins
Using columns to define the page layout
Using frames for page layout
Anchoring frames
Using tables for page layout
Using sections for page layout
Linking sections
Write-protecting sections
Hiding sections
Updating links
Creating headers and footers
Portrait headers on landscape pages
Numbering pages
Defining borders and backgrounds
Quick printing
Controlling printing
Printing envelopes
Printing labels
Sending a fax
Exporting to PDF
Exporting to XHTML
E-mailing Writer documents
Digital signing of documents
Removing personal data
What are styles?
The Styles and Formatting window
Update Style (from a selection)
Load Styles (from a template or document)
Applying styles
Modifying styles
Creating custom paragraph styles: examples
Copying and moving styles
Deleting styles
Assigning styles to shortcut keys
Defining a hierarchy of headings
Creating custom (new) styles
The Organizer page
Understanding linked styles
Working with paragraph styles
Working with conditional paragraph styles
Working with character styles
Creating a new character style
Working with frame styles
Working with page styles
General settings for the page style
Columns page
Working with list styles
Creating and editing images
Adding images to a document
Modifying an image
Graphics mode
Using Writer’s drawing tools
Example 2: simple contour wrapping in action
Adding captions to graphics
Using the Caption dialog box
Adding captions manually
Creating an image map
Adding an image to the Gallery
Creating a table
Inserting a new table
Formatting the table layout
Merging and splitting cells
Formatting the table text
Data entry and manipulation in tables
Using spreadsheet functions in a table
Additional table operations
Automatic formatting of tables
The Table menu and toolbar
Using a template to create a document
Creating a template
Editing a template
Adding templates with Extension Manager
Setting a default template
Associating a document with a different template
Organizing templates
Importing a template
Exporting a template
What is mail merge?
Creating the data source
Registering a data source
Creating a form letter
Editing merged documents
Printing mailing labels
Editing a saved file of mailing labels
Creating an envelope template
Using the Mail Merge Wizard to create a form letter
Matching the fields
Tables of contents
Styles page
Updating a table of contents
Deleting a table of contents
Alphabetic indexes
Customizing index entries
Example of using an index key
Other types of indexes
Filtering records
Formatting the bibliography
Tools for working with bibliographies
Why use a master document?
Styles in master documents and subdocuments
Creating a master document: scenarios
Splitting a document into master and subdocuments
Combining several documents into a master document
Starting with no existing documents
Step 1. Plan the project
Step 2. Create a template
Step 3. Create the master document
Step 4. Create subdocuments
Step 5. Add some pages to the master document
Step 6. Insert the subdocuments into the master document
Step 7. Add table of contents, bibliography, index
Restarting page numbering
Editing a master document
Adding, deleting, or renaming subdocuments
Cross-referencing between subdocuments
Creating one file from a master document and its subdocuments
Problem solving
Introduction to fields
Quick and easy field entry
Using document properties to hold metadata and information that changes
Using other fields to hold information that changes
Using AutoText to insert often-used fields
Defining your own numbering sequences
Using automatic cross-references
Using fields in headers and footers
Using fields instead of outline numbering for appendix numbering
Tricks for working with fields
Developing conditional content
Create the variable
Using placeholder fields
Using input fields and input lists
Introduction to forms
When to use forms
Creating a simple form
Form controls reference
Example: a simple form
Configure form controls
Accessing data sources
Advanced form customization
Customizing menu content
Adding a command to a menu
Customizing toolbars
Assigning shortcut keys
Assigning macros to events
Adding functionality with extensions
Opening menus and menu items
Controlling dialogs
Stopping macros
Function keys for Writer
Shortcut keys for Writer
Shortcut keys for tables in Writer
Shortcut keys for paragraphs and heading levels
Shortcut keys for moving and resizing frames, graphics and objects
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