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From Marcus <marcus.m...@wtnet.de>
Subject Re: Book on OpenOffice
Date Wed, 17 Feb 2016 22:45:15 GMT
Am 02/16/2016 12:38 PM, schrieb Gerry Dutchie:
> If possible I would like to see a reference to one of my books on your
> Books page:
>
> http://www.openoffice.org/support/books.html
>
> A few years ago I wrote an extensive, 300 page book on OpenOffice 3.x.
> Eight chapters aimed at familiarising beginners with all apps that make
> up OpenOffce. And fifteen chapters around tasks the more experienced
> users might want to undertake.
>
> I have updated the book to accommodate users of the new 4.1.x version
> and I intend to continue doing so for further major updates. It is
> written in Netherlands language so suitable for the Netherlands and
> Flemish (Belgian) public.
> My website:
> http://ipaa.nl/uitgeverij/computerboeken/4-ik-wil-met-openoffice-aan-het-werk
>
> As a writer with well over fifteen years of experience in producing
> books on computer software, it is my philosophy that the reader should
> be guided towards practical, everyday use of the software. All examples
> and files, used in the book can be obtained through a free download link
> and can be used to get one’s daily work done.

thanks for your intersting in a listing on the books webpage.

It is indeed possible. Please tell us the the exact link (it should be 
one that can exist longer) and which text wording you want to see there. 
You can take the already existing listings as examples.

Thanks

Marcus

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