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+<h1>OpenOffice.org 2.0 Office Suite<br>Guide to New Features</h1>
+
+  <p>Last Updated: 6 February 2005</p>
+  <!--Original authors: Sophie Gautier and Elizabeth Matthias Editors:  Valden Longhurst, 
+	Ron Ness. This document was created from FinalEdit.sxw dated 17 Jan 2005.-->
+
+  <p>This feature guide is a list of new features in
+  OpenOffice.org 2.0 as compared to OpenOffice.org&nbsp;1.1.</p>
+
+  <p>The guide was compiled by Sophie Gautier and Elizabeth Matthias
+  with input from many proofreaders, with final copy editing conducted
+  by Valden Longhurst and Ron Ness.</p>
+
+  <p>OpenOffice.org Writer (<a href="http://www.openoffice.org/nonav/issues/showattachment.cgi/22319/OOo_2.0_feature_guide.odt">.odt</a> and <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/nonav/issues/showattachment.cgi/22320/OOo_2.0_feature_guide.sxw">.sxw</a>), and <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/nonav/issues/showattachment.cgi/22322/OOo_2.0_feature_guide.pdf">PDF</a> versions of the guide are available for printing, 
+	offline viewing or translation. Please send any comments or feedback for inclusion in future editions 		of the features guide to the OpenOffice.org Marketing Project 
+	<a href="mailto:dev@marketing.openoffice.org">email list</a>, or append to issue 
+	<a href="http://marketing.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=28741">28741</a>.</p>
+
+  <p>-- Jacqueline</p>
+
+	<h2>Table of Contents</h2>
+
+    <p><a href="#enduser">General Features</a><br>
+	<a href="#interoperability">Interoperability with Microsoft Office and Other Products</a><br>
+	<a href="#installation">Installation and Configuration</a><br>
+	<a href="#database">Database</a><br>
+	<a href="#asian">Asian Language Features</a><br>
+	<a href="#developers">Developer-Specific Features</a><br>
+	<a href="#internet">Web/Internet</a></p>
+
+  <p>The background colors in the following tables indicate the
+	respective OpenOffice.org modules and the yellow stars highlight the
+	particularly useful features.</p>
+
+  <table width="50%" border="1" bordercolor="#000000"cellspacing="0" cellpadding="4">
+	<tr>
+		<th><p>Cell Color</p></th>
+		<th><p>OpenOffice.org Module</p></th>
+	</tr>
+	<tr>
+		<td bgcolor="#ffff99"><p></p></td>
+		<td>
+			<p>Writer</p>
+		</td>
+	</tr>
+	<tr>
+		<td bgcolor="#ccccff"><p></p></td>
+		<td>
+			<p>Calc</p>
+		</td>
+	</tr>
+	<tr valign=top>
+		<td bgcolor="#ffccff"><p></p></td>
+		<td>
+			<p>Draw</p>
+		</td>
+	</tr>
+	<tr>
+		<td bgcolor="#3deb3d"><p></p></td>
+		<td>
+			<p>Impress</p>
+		</td>
+	</tr>
+	<tr>
+		<td bgcolor="#ffcc99"><p></p></td>
+		<td>
+			<p>Forms</p>
+		</td>
+	</tr>
+	<tr>
+		<td bgcolor="#ff9966"><p></p></td>
+		<td>
+			<p>Database</p>
+		</td>
+	</tr>
+	<tr>
+		<td bgcolor="#ccffff"><p></p></td>
+		<td>
+			<p>All (or modules other than those listed above)</p>
+		</td>
+	</tr>
+  </table>
+
+  <a name="enduser" id="enduser"></a>
+  <h1>General Features</h1>
+
+  <table width="100%" border="1" bordercolor="#000000" cellpadding=
+  " 4" cellspacing="1">
+    <col width="12%" />
+    <col width="12%" />
+    <col width="40%" />
+    <col width="36%" />
+
+    <thead>
+      <tr valign="top">
+        <th>
+          <p>New Feature</p>
+        </th>
+
+        <th>
+          <p>Modules Affected</p>
+        </th>
+
+        <th>
+          <p>Benefit</p>
+        </th>
+
+        <th>
+          <p>How to Access</p>
+        </th>
+      </tr>
+    </thead>
+
+    <tbody>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Word count
+				in selections</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/writer/wordcount/Enhanced_Wordcount.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>  
+				Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Now you can
+				count both words and characters in the currently selected text
+				and compare it against the whole document. This new menu item
+				makes it quick and easy. 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Select the
+				text in which you want to count the words and choose <strong>Tools</strong>
+				- <strong>Word Count</strong>.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Nested
+				tables 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/writer/tables/table_in_table.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>This allows
+				much more flexibility by allowing you to insert a second table
+				into a primary table's cell. 
+				</p>
+				<p>This
+				feature also improves the document import / export of Microsoft
+				(R) Word documents, which may contain nested tables. 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Place your
+				cursor in the desired cell of a table, choose <strong>Table</strong>
+				- <strong>Insert</strong> - <strong>Table.</strong> 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Bullets and
+				numbering in table cells 
+				</p>
+				<p>issue <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=20188">20188</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>This allows
+				you to format several cells with either bullets or numbers with a
+				single mouse click. 
+				</p>
+				<p>Furthermore,
+				numbering and bullet functionality is now available within table
+				cells when multiple cells are selected. 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Select one
+				or more cells in a table, click the <strong>Numbering On/Off</strong>
+				or the <strong>Bullets On/Off</strong> button on the Formatting
+				toolbar.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Hidden text
+				attributes addition 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/writer/hidden_text/hidden_text.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>This
+				'Hidden Text' character attribute can be applied to hide various
+				text within your document. 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Choose
+				<strong>Format</strong> - <strong>Character</strong> - <strong>Font
+				Effects</strong> - <strong>Hidden</strong>.</p>
+				<p>You can
+				choose <strong>View</strong> - <strong>Nonprinting Characters</strong>
+				to toggle the display of hidden text, provided <strong>Tools</strong>
+				- <strong>Options</strong> - <strong>OpenOffice.org Writer</strong>
+				- <strong>Formatting Aids</strong> - <strong>Display of Hidden
+				text</strong> is set.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Shortcut
+				for <strong>Edit</strong> - <strong>Paste Special</strong> 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>You can now
+				use the keyboard to perform this action also found under the menu<strong>
+				Edit</strong> - <strong>Paste Special</strong>.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Press
+				Shift+Ctrl+V.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Default tab
+				stop position changed in <em>Illustration Index, Index of Tables,
+				and Table of Objects </em>
+				</p>
+				<p>issue <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=3961">3961</a>
+								</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>This
+				feature makes the behavior consistent with the behavior of tab
+				stops in a <em>Tables of Contents</em>. The tab stop is now
+				aligned right and uses the '.' (dot) as a fill character. 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Better
+				object positioning with 'Follow text flow' option 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/writer/compatibility/follow_text_flow_for_to_frame_anchored.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>The
+				functionality for positioning various objects (such as frames) in
+				Writer text has been enhanced. The new option 'Follow text flow'
+				has been introduced for Writer frames. 
+				</p>
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>In the
+				format dialog for Writer frames on the tab page 'Type' in area
+				'Position' :</p>
+				<p>If option
+				'Follow text flow' is activated, the Writer frame has to follow
+				the text flow and can only be positioned inside its anchor.</p>
+				<p>If option
+				'Follow text flow' is deactivated the Writer frame doesn't follow
+				the text flow, but can now be positioned on the complete page
+				with the anchor.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Vertical
+				alignment of 'Line of text' addition 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/writer/compatibility/vertical_alignment_to_text_line.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>To enable
+				better conversion of Writer documents to Microsoft (R) Word
+				format and vice versa, vertical alignment at line has been
+				introduced for Writer frames which are anchored to characters.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>In the
+				format dialog for Writer frames on the tab page 'Type' in area
+				'Position', the selection list for the vertical alignments is
+				extended by the entry 'Line of Text' for Writer frames that are
+				anchored to a character. The possible positions already exist.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Vertical
+				text direction in tables addition 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/writer/compatibility/tables_vertical_text_direction.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>You can now
+				specify a different text flow direction for each cell of a table.
+				By default, the text flow within a table follows the same
+				direction as the page it is in.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Select one
+				or more cells in a table then choose <strong>Table</strong> -
+				<strong>Table Properties</strong> - <strong>Text Flow</strong> -
+				<strong>Text Direction</strong> to set the text direction you
+				require.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Enhanced
+				selection for text and tables</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/writer/selection_enhancement/Text-table_selection_enhancement.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>You can
+				select whole sentences or paragraphs quickly and easily with left
+				mouse-clicks. (Multiple selections using the CTRL key are also
+				possible using this technique.)</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Triple-click
+				the left mouse button anywhere in a sentence to select the whole
+				sentence (not the line as in OpenOffice.org 1.0); quadruple-click
+				to select the paragraph. (Double-clicking on a word still selects
+				the word as in OpenOffice.org 1.0).</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Table
+				number recognition default changes 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Number
+				recognition in tables is now switched off by default so numbers
+				you enter will not be changed automatically. 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>To turn the
+				number recognition back on, choose <strong>Tools</strong> -
+				<strong>Options</strong> - <strong>OpenOffice.org Writer</strong>
+				- <strong>Table</strong> .</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Mail Merge
+				feature changed</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/writer/mail_merge/mailmerge_specification.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>New users
+				are assisted by a Merge Wizard. Advanced users will get a Toolbar
+				from  which the most needed functions for creating a Merge are
+				accessible. The new Merge will be much more flexible in managing
+				and editing databases and allows  saving into one single file.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Under <strong>Tools</strong>
+				menu, choose <strong>Mail Merge Wizard . . . .</strong></p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Bibliography
+				has a <strong>Tools - Customize</strong> menu entry</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/menus/MenuStructure.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Users can
+				customize the Bibliography Menu and Short Keys.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Choose
+				<strong>Tools - Bibliography Database - Tools &ndash; Customize</strong>.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Paragraph
+				Spacing on Table Borders</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/writer/tables/Consider_Paragraph_Spacing_on_Table_Borders.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>
+				OpenOffice.org 2.0 now considers spacing and indent set for left
+				/ right and for above / below paragraphs when calculating the
+				entire spacing to a table's border. Those two sorts of spacing
+				(paragraph and table) are now being added instead of only
+				considering the distance to the border set in the table's
+				properties. This new feature improves the Microsoft
+				interoperability and is also set as default for new created
+				Writer documents to improve the export to Microsoft Word format.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Accelerator
+				Key to move paragraphs</p>
+				<p>issue <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=26485">26485</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Now, not
+				only does Ctrl+Alt+Key Up/Down move a paragraph up/down but Ctrl
+				+ Key Up/Down does the same.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Press <strong>Ctrl
+				+ Key Up/Down</strong> to move a paragraph.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Change in context menu in read only documents</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>The context menu in 'read only' documents in
+				Writer and Writer/Web now has a 'Copy' entry to copy selected
+				content to the clipboard.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Select the part of the text to be copied, 
+				right click on the selected text and select  'copy' on context
+				menu.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>Property
+				'Manual line break' change 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>Forms</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>For text
+				input form controls, the property 'Manual line break' has been
+				removed from the property browser. Instead, the functionality is
+				now controlled by the 'Horizontal scrollbar' property.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>Property
+				'Scale' addition 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>Forms</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>The
+				property 'Scale', which was previously available for image
+				controls in the Basic dialog editor only, is now also available
+				for image controls and image buttons in forms.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>The
+				semantics are the same: When set to '<font color="#008000"><b>Yes</b></font>'
+				(the default), the image is scaled to fit the entire control,
+				when set to '<font color="#ff0000"><b>No</b></font>', it's
+				centered in the control. There are no file format changes or
+				compatibility issues (it will even work if you export such
+				controls to StarOffice 5.2 format and open it in SO 5.x), as the
+				property was always present, but not offered on the previous UI.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>Scrollbar
+				form control embedding 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://dba.openoffice.org/specifications/forms/scrollbar_form_control.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>Forms</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>The new
+				scrollbar form control can be embedded in all OpenOffice.org
+				documents which support a form layer.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>There is an
+				icon on the 'Form Functions' toolbar, denoting a scrollbar
+				control. The icon is positioned to the left of the 'Button' icon.</p>
+				<p></a>
+				In the form navigator, the scrollbar controls are indicated with
+				the following icon: 
+				<img src="form_vertical.gif" alt="form navigator vertical scrollbar" width=17 height=17 border=0></p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>Spin button
+				form control embedding 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://dba.openoffice.org/specifications/forms/spinbutton_form_control.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>Forms</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>The new
+				spin button form control can be embedded in all OpenOffice.org
+				documents which support a form layer.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p></a>
+				An icon 
+				<img src="form_spin.png" alt="form button spin control icon" align=BOTTOM width=16 height=16 border=0>
+				which can be used to create a spin button is placed in the form
+				functions toolbar, in the first row, left of the 'Button' icon.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>Property
+				browser enhancements 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://dba.openoffice.org/specifications/forms/prop_browser_enhancements.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>Forms</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>The
+				property browser for modifying various aspects of form and dialog
+				controls, as well as logical forms is now easier to use. For
+				example, <em>Horizontal scroll bar</em> and <em>Vertical scroll
+				bar</em> will be merged into a <em>Scrollbars</em> property,
+				which is a list box containing all 4 combinations, namely <u>None</u>,
+				<u>Horizontal</u>, <u>Vertical</u>, <u>Both</u> (Applies to: <u>Text
+				Box</u><u>).</u></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>Properties
+				of navigation bar form control improved</p>
+				<p><a href="http://dba.openoffice.org/specifications/forms/navigation_bar.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>Forms</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p>The way
+				properties of the navigation bar form control are displayed in
+				the property browser has been improved. Plus, a new icon has been
+				added to the form functions toolbar. It can be used to create
+				navigation bar form controls in an OpenOffice.org application
+				supporting a form layer.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffcc99">
+				<p></a>
+				The 'Navigation Bar' icon is on the right of the upper row of the
+				toolbar. 
+				<img src="form_nav.gif" alt="navigation bar icon" width=16 height=16 border=0></p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Keyboard
+				select / deselect all sheets capability 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>When
+				multiple sheets in a spreadsheet are selected, it is now possible
+				to deselect them using the keyboard.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>To select
+				multiple sheets with keyboard, use the shortcuts
+				CTRL+SHIFT+PAGE(UP/DOWN). The same shortcuts will deselect all
+				sheets,that are selected.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Scenario
+				protection addition 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/calc/compatibility/ScenarioProtection.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Now you can
+				protect scenarios. Scenarios allow you to create a set of grouped
+				data which may change depending on what item or scenario you
+				choose from the drop-down list.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Enhanced
+				header/footer dialog 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/calc/compatibility/headerfooter.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Choose from
+				a predefined set of headers and footers. This feature also
+				increases compatibility with Microsoft (R) Excel header and
+				footer handling.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>To create a
+				header or footer, first choose <strong>OK</strong> on the Edit
+				Screen and then <strong>OK</strong> on the Header/Footer screen.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Page fields
+				in DataPilot enhancement 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/calc/compatibility/pagefields.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>A field
+				used as a page field in a DataPilot table can also be used as a
+				data item in the same table.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>The
+				DataPilot dialog's 'Layout' section has a new orientation area
+				'Page' -  in addition to the existing 'Column', 'Row' and 'Data'
+				areas.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Additional
+				field options in DataPilot 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/calc/compatibility/fieldoptions.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>To increase
+				flexibility and interoperability with Microsoft (R) Office, the
+				DataPilot has been extended to allow more settings for each
+				field.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>A '<strong>More
+				&gt;&gt;</strong>' button has been added in the Data Value dialog
+				to  allow for the selection, in each data field, of a type of
+				display from a drop down list.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Additional
+				table options in the DataPilot 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/calc/compatibility/tableoptions.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Two new
+				options for DataPilot tables control the 'Filter' button cell,
+				and the interaction to show or hide details. The 'show details'
+				function is able to add fields to a DataPilot table (sometimes
+				known as 'drill down').</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>The two
+				check boxes are accessible from the <strong>More</strong>
+				section.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Enhanced
+				number recognition</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/calc/ease-of-use/enhance_number_recognition.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>There is
+				new handling of reformatting when numbers are entered into cells
+				with a different number format. The behavior is more
+				understandable for Calc users as well as users migrating from
+				Excel or other spreadsheet applications.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc will
+				only apply a new format type to an already formatted cell in case
+				the recognized input value's format type is incompatible with the
+				existing format type *<strong>and</strong> * the existing format
+				type is one of the default formats of category 'Number', 'Date',
+				'Time' or 'Boolean'.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>New menu
+				entry 'Sheet from File' in <strong>Insert</strong> menu 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>You can
+				easily insert a 'Sheet from file' from the <strong>Insert</strong>
+				menu.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>From the
+				<strong>Insert</strong> menu, choose 'Sheet from file.' The <strong>File
+				- Open</strong> dialog will appear. Choose a file. The <strong>Insert
+				- Sheet</strong> dialog will appear with the 'From file' radio
+				button preselected. The sheets of the selected file are already
+				shown in the list box. A dialog will open to let the user choose
+				the place where to insert the sheet in the previous spreadsheet
+				and which sheet to insert (which could be a new one).</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Increased
+				row limit 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/calc/compatibility/number_of_rows.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>The number
+				of spreadsheet rows has been increased to the same number of rows
+				Microsoft (R) Excel offers. The maximum number of rows in a
+				spreadsheet is now 65536.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Enhanced
+				creation of named cell ranges 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/calc/ease-of-use/CellRange.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>The Name
+				dialog in Calc can be used to define new cell ranges by simply
+				typing a name. The immediate display of a tool tip tells the user
+				she is about to create a new named cell range.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>The user
+				selects a cell area. The user clicks into the text field of the
+				sheet area field. This activates the text control and the entire
+				content is selected. The user enters a name. The user hits
+				&lt;RETURN&gt; or &lt;ENTER&gt; key.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Enhancement
+				of conditional array calculations 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/calc/compatibility/cac/conditional_array_calculation.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Array
+				formulas, such as the following, can now be used:<em>
+				{=IF(A1:A3&gt;0;&quot;good&quot;;&quot;bad&quot;)} </em>.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr>
+			<td valign=TOP bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Diagonal line in cells</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/calc/compatibility/diagonalborders.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td valign=TOP bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td valign=TOP bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Cells can contain diagonal lines now. This is
+				an extension of the 'outer border lines' attribute of a cell.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Choose <strong>Format &ndash; Cells - Borders</strong>.
+				Then under the <b>Borders</b> tab, select the diagonal you want
+				to add to the cell.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr>
+			<td valign=TOP bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Cell formatting and deletion of cells /
+				contents leaves filtered-out cells untouched</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/calc/ease-of-use/editing_of_non-filtered_selections.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td valign=TOP bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>When
+				cells are filtered (using <em>AutoFilter</em>, <em>Standard
+				Filter</em> or <em>Advanced Filter</em>), the following actions
+				now don't effect the filtered rows, acting as if there was a
+				multiple selection without those rows. 
+				</p>
+				<p>-
+				Deleting cell contents, 
+				</p>
+				<p>-
+				Deleting rows (deleting single cells is disabled), 
+				</p>
+				<p>- Changing cell formats, including styles. 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td valign=TOP bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>This applies to any Filter mode used.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Positioning and resizing  cell notes</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/calc/compatibility/AnnotationPosition.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Cell notes can be an excellent tool for
+				enhancing the understanding of the contents of a spreadsheet. For
+				example, they can enhance the understanding of a formula. But,
+				when viewed, they should not prevent the user from seeing other
+				cell content or other cell notes . Thus the ability to reposition
+				and/or resize the note layout is a very understandable feature.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Right-click the cell containing the Note and
+				choose <strong>Show Note</strong>. You can then reposition the
+				Note, or resize it or change its formatting.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffccff">
+				<p>CustomShape</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffccff">
+				<p>Draw</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffccff">
+				<p>The Drawing
+				Toolbar has been reworked to provide a rich set of new commonly
+				used drawing shapes such as: Basic, Block Arrow, Symbol,
+				Flowchart and Stars &amp; Banners . Furthermore the huge number
+				of different arrow types in our lines and connectors toolbox has
+				been reduced. 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffccff">
+				<p>The
+				geometry of CustomShapes is editable by the user through modifier
+				handles. CustomShapes can be converted to 3-D through extrusion
+				and provide 3-D effects for Fontwork. They can be imported /
+				exported to commonly known formats without loss.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#3deb3d">
+				<p>New
+				Presentation engine</p>
+				<p>spec link</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#3deb3d">
+				<p>Impress</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#3deb3d">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#3deb3d">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Default
+				'Run Macro' setting more intuitive 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>The default
+				'Run Macro' setting for document macros has been changed from
+				'According To Path List' to 'Never.' 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>When you
+				open a document containing macros, a dialog will ask you if you
+				want to run the embedded macros .</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Terminology
+				changes 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>The term
+				<em>AutoPilot</em> has been changed everywhere to <i>Wizard</i>.
+				This conforms to common office suite terminology and will help
+				make our wizards more recognizable for users.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Choose, for
+				example, <strong>File - Wizards</strong>.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Additional
+				locale data 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>New locale
+				data (and string in language list box if not already present):
+				#i15834# Malaysian, ms_MY #i16276# Bulgarian, bg_BG #i18069#
+				Interlingua, ia #i18659# Serbian Latin, sh_YU #i18659# Serbian
+				Cyrillic, sr_YU #i20613# Croatian, hr_HR #i27248# Bosnian, bs_BA
+				#i27677# Mongolian, mn_MN #i30508# Azerbaijani, az_AZ New entries
+				in language listbox: #i19321# Galician #i19333# Dhivehi #i19334#
+				Northern Sotho #i26025# Gaelic #i30446# Bengali (Bangladesh)
+				#i30448# Occitan #i30888# Khmer #i31143# North Korea: Korean
+				(DPRK) Changed: #i31143# South Korea: Korean - Korean (RoK)
+				#i14764# Lithuanian (Lithuania) - Lithuanian, and several more
+				locales.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>New toolbar
+				concept and design</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/ui_in_general/toolbar_concept/openoffice_org_toolbar_spec.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Toolbars
+				retain their context-sensitive behavior, but now the toolbars are
+				structured in a more usable fashion and displaying only carefully
+				selected default tools.</p>
+				<p>You can
+				change the toolbars in Writer, Calc, Draw, etc. to suit your
+				needs. Moving, removing and duplicating a tool (icon) is fast and
+				easy.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Choose
+				<strong>Tools - Customize - Toolbars </strong>to see the new
+				tabbed page.</p>
+				<p>You can
+				also click the arrow icon located at the end of each toolbar to
+				open a menu which provides the following options: Dock Toolbar,
+				Lock Toolbar Position, Dock All Toolbars, Visible Buttons,
+				Customize Toolbar.</p>
+				<p>Toolbars
+				are now also customizable using 'drag &amp; drop'.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Drag and
+				drop style creation additions 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/drag_and_drop_styles/drag_and_drop_styles.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Drag and
+				drop a text selection into the <strong>Styles and Formatting</strong>
+				window to create a new paragraph style or character style (soft
+				formatting).</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>In Writer:</p>
+				<p>Select a
+				part of your text and then drag the text to the <strong>Styles
+				and Formatting</strong> window. If the Paragraph Styles are
+				active (click icon to display list of styles) the paragraph's
+				style will be added to the list. If Character Styles are active
+				(click icon) the character's style will be added to the list.</p>
+				<p>In Calc:</p>
+				<p>Drag cell
+				selection to the <strong>Styles and Formatting</strong> window to
+				create cell styles.</p>
+				<p>In Draw /
+				Impress:</p>
+				<p>Select and
+				drag drawing objects to the <strong>Styles and Formatting</strong>
+				window to create graphics styles.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Recently-used
+				file list extended to 10 items</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/menus/FileMenu.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>The File
+				menu gives access to recently used OpenOffice.org documents. This
+				list is extended to 10 items. It is also a sub menu in order to
+				improve the usability of the File menu. 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Choose <strong>File
+				- Recent Documents</strong>.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>New menu
+				customization tab page</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/menus/customize_menu_spec.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>The
+				usability of the <strong>Menu</strong> tab page of the <strong>Tools
+				- Customize</strong> dialog is being improved to make it easier
+				for users to create customized menus and menu items to suit their
+				needs.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Choose
+				<strong>Tools - Customize - Menus</strong>.</p>
+				<p>As in
+				previous versions of OpenOffice.org, the menu tab is part of the
+				<strong>Customize</strong> dialog which is accessed from <strong>Tools
+				- Customize</strong>. The new <strong>Menu</strong> tab page is
+				divided into three main areas, an area for adding or modifying
+				menus; an area for modifying the content of a menu; and an area
+				which displays a description of the selected menu entry.</p>
+				<p>The 'Menu'
+				area provides a drop down list box listing all of the Menus in
+				the current context. Sub menus are listed with the names of their
+				parent menus prepended, each menu name being separated by a '|'
+				character.</p>
+				<p>Within the
+				'Menu Content' area, users can modify the content of a custom or
+				module menu by adding items to the menu or rearranging items, for
+				example.<br>The 'Save In' drop down box is used to switch between
+				editing menu configurations for the module or for particular
+				OpenOffice.org documents. When the Menu tab is created, the Save
+				In drop down is populated with one entry for the module (e.g.
+				OpenOffice.org Writer) and one entry for each open document of
+				that module (e.g. all open OpenOffice.org Writer documents).When
+				the tab is created, if the document for which the menu tab was
+				opened (ie. the document in which the user selected the
+				Tools/Customize menu) has its own menu configuration defined,
+				then that document will be selected in the Save In drop down
+				list. Otherwise the module will be selected in the drop down
+				list.</p>
+				<p>The
+				description area displays the extended Tool Tip of an selected
+				menu entry.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>'Send -
+				Document as E-mail' configuration enhancement 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/desktop_integration/send_as_email.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>With <b>
+				</b><strong>Send  - Document as E-mail</strong>,<b>
+				</b>OpenOffice.org offers functionality to open a new e-mail
+				composer window with the active document directly attached.
+				OpenOffice.org 2.0 will greatly simplify the task of configuring
+				the email client to be used for this feature.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><strong>Tools
+				- Options - OpenOffice.org - External Programs</strong>, pressing
+				the ellipsis ('. . .') button opens the default file selection
+				dialog with the initial directory set to the platforms default
+				directory for binaries (/usr/bin on Unix).</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Redesign 
+				of the <strong>Events</strong> tab in the renamed <strong>Tools -
+				Configure</strong> dialog 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/scripting_framework/config_events_spec.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>The
+				usability of the Events tab of the <strong>Tools - Customize</strong>
+				(formerly <strong>Tools - Configure</strong>) dialog has been 
+				improved to make it easier for users to create event bindings and
+				align this tab with usability changes in the other tabs.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>As in
+				previous versions of OpenOffice.org, the events tab is part of
+				the <strong>Customize</strong> dialog which is accessed from the
+				<strong>Tools - Customize</strong> menu item. The two Macros list
+				boxes have been removed from the dialog, and the <strong>Events</strong>
+				list box expanded to fill the available space.</p>
+				<p>The User
+				should first select the location in which they which to save an
+				event binding. This is done using the 'Save In' list box. This
+				will contain the name of the current document (initially selected
+				on opening the tab page) and %PRODUCTNAME. The user then selects
+				the event to which they wish to bind a macro and presses the
+				'Assign Macro' button which will launch the Macro Selector (it
+				can also be launched by double-clicking the event name). The User
+				selects the desired macro and clicks OK. The main list box is
+				updated to show the URL of the selected macro.</p>
+				<p>All
+				bindings are saved when the User clicks the OK button. Clicking
+				the Cancel button will ignore all changes made since the dialog
+				was opened. Clicking the Reset button will clear all application
+				and document bindings.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Additional
+				file format conforming to the OASIS standard 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/fileIO/FileFormatNames.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Exchange
+				documents with any other software that recognizes this standard
+				format.</p>
+				<p>OpenOffice.org
+				2.0 and StarOffice 8 use the new OASIS (Organization for the
+				Advancement of Structured Information Standards) standard XML
+				(eXtensible Markup Language) file format as their default file
+				format. 
+				</p>
+				<p>The new
+				file names are the same regardless of the product vendor. You
+				will not only find this new file format used in StarOffice and
+				OpenOffice.org, but also in KOffice and a growing number of
+				products that support this new standard.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>New file
+				format names and extensions:</p>
+				<p>Writer:<br>OpenDocument Text
+				[.odt]<br>OpenDocument Text Template [.ott]<br>OpenDocument
+				Master Document [.odm]</p>
+				<p>Writer Web:<br>OpenDocument HTML Document
+				Template [.oth]</p>
+				<p>Calc:<br>OpenDocument Spreadsheet
+				[.ods]<br>OpenDocument Spreadsheet Template [.ots]</p>
+				<p>Draw:<br>OpenDocument Drawing
+				[.odg]<br>OpenDocument Drawing Template [.otg]</p>
+				<p>Impress:<br>OpenDocument Presentation
+				[.odp]<br>OpenDocument Presentation Template [.otp]</p>
+				<p>Math:<br>OpenDocument Formula [.odf]</p>
+				<p>Chart:<br>OpenDocument Chart [.odc]</p>
+				<p>Base:<br>OpenDocument Database [.odb]</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Redesigned
+				and improved toolbar content 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/toolbars/Toolbar_content_spec.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Not only
+				have the toolbars been redesigned and reordered, but the number
+				of icons (tools) for each toolbar has been reduced to provide
+				better usability.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Display
+				more toolbars than the ones visible by default under <strong>View
+				- Toolbars</strong>; mark the toolbars you want to see. Otherwise
+				the toolbars that appear will fit the document or work at hand.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Change
+				information in window title bar</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/module_name_in_caption_bar/module_name_in_caption_bar.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Instead of
+				showing the file name or the title (if available) and the
+				software name on the window title bar, now the file name plus the
+				office component name (e.g. Writer, Calc, Impress, etc.) will be
+				displayed. 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>This text
+				is on the title bar at top of the document window, above the menu
+				bar.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Digital
+				signatures and encryption enhancement 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/security/Electronic_Signatures_and_Security.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Digital
+				signatures offer secure protection of document content. The new
+				XML (eXtensible Markup Language) encryption algorithm offers
+				additional security. 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Choose:
+				<strong>File - Digital Signatures</strong> to open the dialog.</p>
+				<p>If a signed
+				document is loaded, OpenOffice.org shows a little red seal icon
+				in the status bar at the bottom of the document window.
+				Right-click the icon on the status bar to open the context menu,
+				where you can also find the menu entry <strong>Digital
+				Signatures</strong>.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>New file
+				thumbnails for preview 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/desktop_integration/ooo_file_thumbnails.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>The new
+				plug-in for the file system explorer displays a thumbnail preview
+				of an OpenOffice.org file.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>The
+				standard file system explorer on all three relevant desktops
+				Gnome (Nautilus), KDE (Konqueror), and Windows (Explorer) support
+				a thumbnail view mode in which a small preview of the respective
+				file system object will be displayed if available.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Keyboard
+				support for assigning paragraph styles</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/keyboard/assign_keyboard_shortcuts_to_styles.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>You can
+				assign key combinations to paragraph styles to  allow you to
+				quickly apply those styles while typing in a document, without
+				mouse or dialog interaction. This is especially important for
+				accessibility.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Choose
+				<strong>Tools - Customize - Keyboard </strong>
+				</p>
+				<p>A set of
+				predefined shortcuts for 'ParagraphStyles' is provided for
+				Writer.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+    </tbody>
+  </table>
+
+  <p><br />
+  <br /></p>
+
+  <a name="interoperability" id="interoperability"></a>
+  <h1>Interoperability with Microsoft Office and Other
+  Products</h1>
+
+  <table width="100%" border="1" bordercolor="#000000" cellpadding=
+  " 4" cellspacing="1">
+    <col width="12%" />
+    <col width="12%" />
+    <col width="40%" />
+    <col width="36%" />
+
+    <thead>
+      <tr valign="top">
+        <th>
+          <p>New Feature</p>
+        </th>
+
+        <th>
+          <p>Modules Affected</p>
+        </th>
+
+        <th>
+          <p>Benefit</p>
+        </th>
+
+        <th>
+          <p>How to Access</p>
+        </th>
+      </tr>
+    </thead>
+
+    <tbody>
+
+
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Better
+				positioning of floating toolbars 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/writer/compatibility/adjust-object-positioning.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>The
+				positioning of floating toolbars was adjusted so Writer documents
+				can be compatible to Microsoft (R) Word documents.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Choose
+				<strong>Tools - Option - Text Document - Compatibility</strong>.</p>
+				<p>If the new
+				option is <font color="#ff0000"><b>OFF</b></font>, the changed
+				positioning of floating screen objects will be applied. If the
+				new option is <b><font color="#008000">ON</font></b>, the former
+				positioning of floating screen objects will be applied.</p>
+				<p>The default
+				value of the option for new documents will be <font color="#ff0000"><b>OFF</b></font>,
+				but when older Writer documents are detected, the value changes
+				to <b><font color="#008000">ON</font></b>.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Automatic
+				resize of text frames 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/writer/textframeautowidth/textframeautowidth.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>You can
+				automatically resize the width of text frames, depending on the
+				width of the text within them.</p>
+				<p>This
+				feature is unique to OpenOffice.org.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Choose
+				<strong>Insert - Frame</strong>.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Automatic
+				page and column breaks 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/writer/compatibility/tables_automatic_page_and_column_breaks.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Microsoft
+				(R) Word documents with tables can more easily be converted to
+				Writer documents and vice versa. A new option to allow for 
+				splitting of all rows (or rows which are selected) at
+				page and column breaks has been added.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Open the
+				<strong>Table</strong> <strong>(or <b>
+				</b>Table Properties</strong>) dialog, choose the <strong>Text
+				Flow</strong> tab page.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Better
+				adjustment of text lines formatting 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/writer/compatibility/text_lines_and_prop_line_spacing.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>The
+				formatting of text lines with a given proportional line spacing
+				has been adjusted for better conversion from / to Writer
+				documents and Microsoft (R) Word documents.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Choose
+				<strong>Tools - Option - Text document - Compatibility</strong>.
+				- Use OpenOffice.org 1.1/StarOffice 6.0/7 line spacing.</p>
+				<p>When the
+				new option is <font color="#ff0000"><b>OFF</b></font>, the
+				changed formatting of text lines with proportional line spacing
+				will be applied. If the new option is <b><font color="#008000">ON</font></b>,
+				the former formatting of text lines with proportional line
+				spacing will be applied.</p>
+				<p>When
+				importing Microsoft (R) Word documents, the option automatically
+				be set to <font color="#ff0000"><b>OFF</b></font>.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Collapsible
+				table borders 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/writer/compatibility/collapsing_table_borders.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Collapsing
+				table borders has been enabled.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Choose
+				<strong>Format - Table - Borders</strong>. A check box 'Merge
+				adjacent line styles' is found on the Property area.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr>
+			<td bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>WriterPerfect filter</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/writer/fileIO/writerperfect.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td valign=TOP bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>Writer</p>
+			</td>
+			<td valign=TOP bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>The WordPerfect import filter is supported.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td valign=TOP bgcolor="#ffff99">
+				<p>You can now open a WordPerfect document in
+				OpenOffice.org.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Better
+				import and export of spin buttons and scrollbars 
+				</p>
+				<p>issue <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=27879">27879</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Import:
+				(old-fashioned) Microsoft (R) Office 95 and (new) Microsoft
+				<font color="#000000">&reg;</font> Office 97 OLE spin
+				buttons / scrollbars.</p>
+				<p>Export: All
+				spin buttons / scrollbars are exported as old-fashioned Microsoft
+				(R) Office 95 controls.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Enhanced
+				page scaling for printing</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/calc/compatibility/fittopages.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Increased
+				compatibility with Microsoft (R) Excel: You can specify the
+				number of horizontal and vertical pages.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Choose
+				<strong>Format - Page - Sheet.</strong> The new option 'Fit print
+				range(s) to width/height' has been added to this list
+				box.<br>'Reduce/enlarge printout': A spin field specifying the
+				amount of reducing/enlarging follows at the same height as the
+				list box.<br>'Fit print range(s) to width/height': Two spin
+				fields are shown. The upper spin field contains the width and is
+				described by the fixed text 'Width in pages.' The lower spin
+				field contains the height.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Reimplementation
+				of Excel export formula compiler</p>
+				<p>issue <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=3724">3724</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>The formula
+				compiler in the Excel export filter has been reimplemented from
+				scratch. Overview -- Where does Excel use formulas? - Simple
+				formulas cells - Shared formula cells (a range of cells shares
+				one formula) - Array formulas (a.k.a. matrix formulas) -
+				Definition of defined names (a.k.a. named ranges) - Conditions of
+				conditional formatting - Conditions of data validation - Source
+				cell range in list validation - Print ranges, print title ranges
+				- Source ranges of auto and advanced filters - Source area of
+				charts - Linked cell of form controls - Source cell range of list
+				form controls (listbox, combobox).</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Lotus 1-2-3
+				import supporting version 9.7</p>
+				<p>issue <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=34806">34806</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>The Lotus
+				1-2-3 import now also loads files of Lotus versions up to 9.7,
+				the file type list box lists the .123 file name extension
+				additionally to the already known .wk1 and .wks extensions.
+				Opening a Lotus 1-2-3 file without selecting a filter type now
+				loads the file into Calc instead of Writer. The feature set
+				supported is similar to the old *.wk? versions, with the addition
+				of text attributes.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr>
+			<td valign=TOP bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Support of Hyperlink() function</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/calc/compatibility/HyperLinkFunction.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td valign=TOP bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p>The URL parameter specifies the link target
+				while the CellText displays the formula result in the cell. If
+				the CellText is omitted, the URL will be used for both&nbsp; the
+				URL and the cell result.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccccff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#3deb3d">
+				<p>Improved
+				font-independent line spacing 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#3deb3d">
+				<p>Impress</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#3deb3d">
+				<p>To improve
+				the compatibility between Impress and Microsoft (R) PowerPoint,
+				line spacing in Impress now no longer depends on the font which
+				is used.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#3deb3d">
+				<p>The import
+				filter for Power Point documents will now create text objects
+				having font independent line spacing enabled.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#3deb3d">
+				<p>New slide
+				show subsystem</p>
+				<p>issue <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=20477">20477</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#3deb3d">
+				<p>Impress</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#3deb3d">
+				<p>The
+				underlying model data representation for animation effects now
+				borrows from SMIL (see http://www.w3.org/TR/smil20/), and is able
+				to handle nearly all of the PPT effects.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#3deb3d">
+				<p>You'll find
+				two new task panels, namely one for shape effect and one for
+				slide transitions.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td width=146>
+				<p>Import of
+				password protected Microsoft (R) office documents 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/interoperability/Import_Password_Protected_MS_Office_Files.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td width=90>
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				Writer and	Calc</p>
+			</td>
+			<td width=204>
+				<p>Password-protected
+				Microsoft (R) Office Word and Excel files can now be loaded when
+				the StarOffice / OpenOffice.org user knows the password that
+				protects the file in Microsoft (R) Office.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td width=184>
+				<p>Start to
+				open a password-protected document and the <strong>Enter Password</strong>
+				dialog will appear.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Import /
+				Export XSLT filter for Microsoft <em>Spreadsheetml</em> and
+				<em>Wordml</em></p>
+				<p>issue <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=33450">33450</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>The import
+				and export filter of Microsoft's XML formats <em>Spreadsheetml</em>
+				and <em>Wordml</em> are becoming part of the default installation
+				set. Earlier they belong to the optional 'XSLT Filter Samples'.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Choose
+				<strong>Tools - XML Filters Settings</strong>, a dialog box for
+				XML filters will open.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+    </tbody>
+  </table>
+
+  <p><br />
+  <br /></p>
+
+        <a name="installation" id="installation"></a>
+        <h1>Installation and Configuration</h1>
+
+        <table width="100%" border="1" bordercolor="#000000"
+        cellpadding=" 4" cellspacing="1">
+          <col width="12%" />
+          <col width="12%" />
+          <col width="40%" />
+          <col width="36%" />
+
+          <thead>
+            <tr valign="top">
+              <th>
+                <p>New Feature</p>
+              </th>
+
+              <th>
+                <p>Modules Affected</p>
+              </th>
+
+              <th>
+                <p>Benefit</p>
+              </th>
+
+              <th>
+                <p>How to Access</p>
+              </th>
+            </tr>
+          </thead>
+
+          <tbody>
+
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Easier
+				workstation installations 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/installation/native_installer/networker2_spec.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>You no
+				longer need a user installation.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>
+				There is no more sversion.ini (sversionrc).There are no more
+				links in the user directory to the network installation.</p>
+				<p>There is a new dialog in the (network) setup,
+				in which the user is asked, whether the system integration has to
+				be done for:</p>
+				<ul>
+					<li><p>0 user (only for
+					installations on a file server) (OPTIONAL)</p>
+					<li><p>1 user</p>
+					<li><p>all users of the computer</p>
+				</ul>
+				<p>A system
+				integration for all users would require root rights at the PC.</p>
+				<p>Instead of
+				the flags NETWORK, WORKSTATION and STANDALONE the new
+				installation mechanism provides an ALL_USER or a ONE_USER
+				installation type.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Native
+				system theme integration (native widget rendering) 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/ui_in_general/controls/NativeWidgetRenderingSpec.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>To enhance
+				integration of OpenOffice.org with the underlying operating
+				system, all user interface elements (such as buttons and
+				scrollbars) will have the same look as those used in most other
+				'native' applications for that platform. OpenOffice.org will
+				react on-the-fly to changes of the desktop theme, so when the
+				user changes the desktop colors or theme, OpenOffice.org will
+				adjust its own appearance to match.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Native
+				system theme integration will be available for Gnome (version 2.4
+				or higher), Microsoft (R) Windows (including XP and future
+				versions), and KDE (version 3.2 and higher) desktop environments.
+				On Windows XP the 'Windows XP Style' must be chosen under
+				<strong>Settings - Control Panel - Display - Appearance</strong>
+				to achieve the correct look.</p>
+				<p>Theme
+				integration will be the default for desktop environments that
+				support it (listed above). Systems (for example, Windows
+				98/ME/2000, CDE) that do not support it will see no visual change
+				in OpenOffice.org. On supported systems OpenOffice.org will
+				always adopt the theme of the system and cannot choose not to do
+				so.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Automatic
+				and better Java configuration 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/java/java_options_dialog_spec.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>You can
+				determine which version of Java is used by OpenOffice.org. A
+				check box also allows you to specify that Java not be used.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Choose
+				<strong>Tools - Options - OpenOffice.org - Java</strong>. You do
+				not have to select a version of Java manually as it will be done
+				automatically if necessary, but you can if you want.</p>
+				<p>There is a
+				list where each entry represents a Java installation found on the
+				system or on a mapped/mounted network drive. The process of
+				finding the Java locations is performed by the Java framework.</p>
+				<p>If the user
+				switches Java off, then all other related settings will be
+				disabled. The settings made before you unmark the 'Use Java'
+				check box remain intact and are saved when you click 'OK.' 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Better
+				native installing handling 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/installation/native_installer/scp-to-officecfg.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>This
+				document describes how installation-dependent configuration data
+				can be installed with native installers. The mechanism used
+				previously had certain conceptual problems and can't be readily
+				ported to non-native installers. The document also describes how
+				installation-dependent configuration data is defined for the new
+				schema. In the solution described, installation-dependent
+				configuration is defined together with its globally available
+				counterpart in module officecfg. During the build process this
+				master data is split into globally available common data,
+				locale-dependent data and installation-dependent data. During
+				installation, installation-dependent data is first installed into
+				a spool directory and then imported from that directory into the
+				active configuration tree, by using a UNO (Universal Network
+				Object) importer service during post-installation. In typical
+				native installers the importer service is executed by helper
+				CLI-program.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Configuration
+				module files are first copied into a spool directory. The
+				location of the (new) directory is
+				$(install)/share/registry/spool.</p>
+				<p>In a
+				post-install step the content of the spool directory is merged
+				together into the actual configuration layer in use. This concept
+				is already realized today in pkgchk installation of per-package
+				configuration data. This merging is realized using the
+				configimport tool. This is a command-line tool that invokes the
+				same UNO service as used by pkgchk to merge the package
+				configuration layer.</p>
+				<p>After a
+				package containing configuration data was installed or
+				uninstalled, the old merged configuration layer is discarded and
+				the layer is recreated from the spool directory. The location of
+				the (new) layer is $(install)/share/registry/modules.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Better
+				handling of localized descriptions of registry schema items</p>
+				<p>issue <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=18588">18588</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>The
+				*.properties files containing localized descriptions and labels
+				for configuration schema items are not installed (under
+				$(install)/share/registry/res) any more. There were no clients of
+				this data left. [Note: the internal 'ecomp' product is broken by
+				this, but is being removed currently and should not be tested any
+				more. Instead the schema item descriptions (only the default
+				language--in all known cases English) are now left inside the
+				installed schema files (under $(install)/share/registry/schema),
+				where they can be found by interested users (developers or system
+				administrators) much more easily.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>ISO 8601
+				Date/Time input</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>The number
+				formatter now recognizes input conforming to ISO 8601 as valid
+				date/time input, regardless of the locale being selected.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>The number
+				formatter's input recognition is used by the spreadsheet
+				application for cell data input and by the text processor's table
+				input, for example.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Configuration
+				generates output via logging service</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/configuration/configuration_robustness_spec.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>In order to
+				increase the robustness of the office application against
+				corrupted configuration data, the configuration database will
+				support automatic recovery from unusable data. Additionally,
+				diagnostic capabilities are provided that allow administrators or
+				support services to obtain log output to identify the cause of
+				configuration problems. As an added benefit the mechanisms put in
+				place can be used by any client of the UNO configuration API to
+				provide meaningful and context-sensitive error handling for
+				configuration failures.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>AutoRecovery
+				of files and Work environment</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/errorreporter/error_report_2_0_ui_specification.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>The
+				OpenOffice.org Error Reporting Tool and the document recovery
+				features are combined into one work flow. When OpenOffice.org
+				crashes, the documents will be saved and users get informed about
+				the upcoming recovery process, followed by sending out an error
+				report.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>First Start
+				Wizard</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/migration/spec_migration.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Due to the
+				change of the setup process in StarOffice 8, the migration of
+				user settings can no longer be done as part of the setup.
+				Furthermore, anyone wanting to migrate any settings had to do
+				this by writing a special setup plugin. The migration process
+				will now be done when the OpenOffice.org is started for the first
+				time. It should be easy to define items to be migrated.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>At the
+				first start-up, of the office, you'll be prompt for some
+				migration information if a previous release of OpenOffice.org
+				exists on your computer.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Changes to
+				resource handling</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/g11n/lang_pax/language_packs.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>OpenOffice.org
+				2.0 will have the ability to add language packs to an already
+				installed version. This will eliminate the need to install a
+				complete office suite for each language in OpenOffice.org 1.x.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Start
+				Module 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/appwide/start_module/StartModule.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>The Start
+				Module &ndash; formerly known as the Backing Window in OpenOffice
+				1.1 &ndash; becomes an optional module. A configuration setting
+				is used to disable the Start Module if required for a site
+				installation.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>When in the
+				Start Module, choose  <strong>Tools - Customize</strong>.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+          </tbody>
+        </table>
+
+        <p><br />
+        <br /></p>
+		
+		<a name="database" id="database"></a>
+        <h1>Database</h1>
+
+        <table width="100%" border="1" bordercolor="#000000"
+        cellpadding=" 4" cellspacing="1">
+          <col width="12%" />
+          <col width="12%" />
+          <col width="40%" />
+          <col width="36%" />
+
+          <thead>
+            <tr valign="top">
+              <th>
+                <p>New Feature</p>
+              </th>
+
+              <th>
+                <p>Modules Affected</p>
+              </th>
+
+              <th>
+                <p>Benefit</p>
+              </th>
+
+              <th>
+                <p>How to Access</p>
+              </th>
+            </tr>
+          </thead>
+
+          <tbody>
+
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>New
+				database application</p>
+				<p><a href="http://dba.openoffice.org/specifications/Database_application.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				Database</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>In this new
+				stand-alone database, you can create forms, reports, queries,
+				tables, views and relations. The forms, reports and queries are
+				stored in a single file format allowing you to handle your
+				database the same way you would other popular databases.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>The user
+				can start the database application by double-clicking an
+				OpenOffice.org Base file, through the <strong>File - Open</strong>
+				menu or via the <strong>File - New</strong> menu in every
+				OpenOffice.org application.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Improved
+				end-of-line interoperability</p>
+				<p><a href="http://dba.openoffice.org/specifications/forms/multiline_line_ends.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Database</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>When
+				processing multi-line text on a computer, there have always been
+				two major approaches on how to indicate a line break in a text.
+				Depending on which approach is used for a particular data set,
+				applications working with this data need to take different
+				measures to properly deal with the data.</p>
+				<p>Database
+				access is also affected by this. When storing multi line text in
+				a database table (field), the approach used is chosen by the
+				database designer.  To allow the user the most flexibility in
+				designing the database and to improve OpenOffice.org's
+				capabilities to interoperate with databases, the multi-line text
+				field in OpenOffice.org database forms will include a setting on
+				which approach to take.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>A new
+				property called <font color="#0000CC">Line end format </font>is
+				introduced and available as a drop down list box.</p>
+				<p>Depending
+				on the setting of this property, the text (which can be obtained
+				from the control via API) will contain either DOS(carriage return
+				+ line feed) or Unix(line feed) line ends. As a result, when such
+				a field is bound to a database column, the text entered by the
+				user will be stored to this database column with the chosen line
+				end format.</p>
+				<p>The default
+				value for this property is <font color="#008000"><b>Unix</b></font>
+				for backwards compatibility reasons.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Additional
+				information in text columns 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://dba.openoffice.org/specifications/forms/multiline_line_ends.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Database</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Table
+				controls in forms allow insertion of text columns and will be
+				refit with the <font color="#0000CC">Multiline</font> property
+				which is already known from normal text field controls.</p>
+				<p>Since
+				normally only one line of text is visible in a table control, the
+				currently displayed line in such a multi line input field follows
+				the cursor. If the height of the rows in the table data view
+				permits displaying more than one line, then the visible line is 
+				where the cursor is placed.</p>
+				<p>If a multi
+				line table cell (i.e. a cell in a column which has set the
+				<font color="#008000"><b>Multiline</b></font>
+				property to '<font color="#008000"><b>Yes</b></font><font color="#008000">'</font>)
+				is not active, then the very first line of the contained text is
+				the first visible line in the cell area.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>When set to
+				<font color="#008000"><b>Yes</b></font>,
+				the input field for this column allows displaying and entering of
+				multi-line text.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>LDAP
+				authentication enhancement 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://dba.openoffice.org/specifications/Ldap_authentication.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Database</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>You can now
+				connect OpenOffice.org to an LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access
+				Protocol) server using secure sockets layer. 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p><i>See
+				Username</i>, <i>Password required</i> and <strong>Use secure
+				connection</strong> in <strong>LDAP</strong> configuration page
+				of the <strong>DataSource Administrator</strong> Dialog.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Additional
+				dialogs to ADO 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://dba.openoffice.org/specifications/ADO_Browse_Dialog.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Database</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>A new
+				browse dialog allows the user to create and edit ADO (Microsoft
+				(R) ActiveX Data Object) connection strings from a graphical
+				interface. 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Microsoft(R)
+				provides a standard OLE DB Data link configuration dialog in its
+				OLE DB runtime libraries. There is an ADO connection string which
+				shows the connection dialog. When users change anything and press
+				the OK button,the new ADO connection string is returned.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Linguistic
+				clarifications 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Database</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>The
+				'Character set' property for form controls has been renamed to
+				'Font' for linguistic consistency. In German, the text was
+				changed from 'Zeichensatz' to 'Schrift.' See issue <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=26592">26592</a>
+				(irrelevant in an EN doc).</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Button
+				clarifications 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Database</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>In the data
+				source browser, the <strong>Undo</strong>
+				button has been changed from 'Undo: Data Input' to 'Undo:
+				Data Entry.' 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Toggling of
+				alias names in SQL SELECT statements 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://dba.openoffice.org/howto/AppendTableAlias.html">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Database</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>When
+				working with SQL (Structured Query Language) select statements,
+				OpenOffice.org usually uses an alias name for tables such as
+				'SELECT * FROM &lt;table&gt; aliasname.' The 'aliasname' in this
+				statement is a so-called table alias. However, some databases do
+				not allow such aliases. The above statement would be replaced
+				with 'SELECT * FROM &lt;table&gt;.' Some databases reject
+				statements with aliases. 
+				</p>
+				<p>OpenOffice.org
+				features disabling or enabling of this behavior.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Additional
+				SQL functionality 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Database</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>OpenOffice.org
+				2.0  drivers are capable of executing the numeric, string and
+				datetime functions described in SQL92 for dBase, flatfile, and
+				spreadsheets.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Better
+				'Filter' and 'Sort' criterion 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Database</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>When
+				opening the 'Filter' or 'Sort' dialog from within either the data
+				source browser or a database form, dialogs now will *not* append
+				a new filter resp. sort criterion according to the currently
+				focused control/column.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p><br>
+				</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Corrective
+				outer join escape sequencing</p>
+				<p><a href="http://dba.openoffice.org/howto/OuterJoinSequence.html">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Database</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>When
+				working with drivers which do not fully support the JDBC (Java
+				Database Connectivity) or ODBC (Open Database Connectivity)
+				standard,  the escape sequences may not be fully supported.
+				Statement like the following won't work. <br>'SELECT * from {OJ
+				xx left join yy . . . }' The OpenOffice.org data source works
+				around the problem  by removing the {OJ} keywords from the SQL
+				statement.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Disable /
+				Enable outer join sequence can be enabled on a per-data-source
+				basis. For this, the 'Info' property of a <a href="http://api.openoffice.org/docs/common/ref/com/sun/star/sdb/DataSource.html">data
+				source</a> should contain a name-value-pair with:<br>'Name:
+				EnableOuterJoinEscape<br>Value: FALSE' .</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Default
+				value for connection pooling changed to false</p>
+				<p>issue <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=34787">34787</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Database</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>As with
+				every database driver, the connection pool is now disabled by
+				default.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>The options
+				can be changed in  <strong>Tools - Options &ndash;
+				OpenOffice.org. Base &ndash; Connections</strong>.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>New
+				Formwizard</p>
+				<p><a href="http://dba.openoffice.org/specifications/Wizard_Form.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Database</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Two new
+				wizard panels extended the functionality to subforms.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Under
+				OpenOffice.org Base, open the form wizard.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Table
+				wizard</p>
+				<p><a href="http://dba.openoffice.org/specifications/Wizard_Table.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Database</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Tables can
+				be created manually in the database beamer. However,  a wizard
+				for this purpose makes it easier--especially as it helps prevent
+				design defects. 
+				</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>The dialog
+				page gives the user an opportunity to choose all the fields he
+				wants in his table, divided into two categories: 'private' and
+				'business'.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Database
+				wizard</p>
+				<p><a href="http://dba.openoffice.org/specifications/Wizard_Database.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Database</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>The new
+				database application needs an easy to use entry point to create a
+				new database file. These database files serve as an interface
+				between the user and the actual data source.</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ff9966">
+				<p>Start the
+				wizard using <strong>File - New</strong> menu.</p>
+			</td>
+		</tr>
+          </tbody>
+        </table>
+
+        <p><br />
+        <br /></p>
+
+		<a name="asian" id="asian"></a>
+        <h1>Asian Language Features</h1>
+
+        <table width="100%" border="1" bordercolor="#000000"
+        cellpadding=" 4" cellspacing="1">
+          <col width="12%" />
+          <col width="12%" />
+          <col width="40%" />
+          <col width="36%" />
+
+          <thead>
+            <tr valign="top">
+              <th>
+                <p>New Feature</p>
+              </th>
+
+              <th>
+                <p>Modules Affected</p>
+              </th>
+
+              <th>
+                <p>Benefit</p>
+              </th>
+
+              <th>
+                <p>How to Access</p>
+              </th>
+            </tr>
+          </thead>
+
+          <tbody>
+
+
+		<tr valign=TOP>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Additional
+				translator for simplified to traditional Chinese 
+				</p>
+				<p><a href="http://specs.openoffice.org/g11n/simplified-traditional_chinese_translator/simplified-traditional_chinese_translator.sxw">spec
+				link</a></p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p><img src="star.jpg" alt="star" align=left width=35 height=35 border=0><br clear=left>
+				All</p>
+			</td>
+			<td bgcolor="#ccffff">
+				<p>Chinese
+				users are accustomed to having a built-in conversion between
+				Simplified and Traditional Chinese. This conversion allows them

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