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Linux Red Hat

Linux Red Hat. Open Office. 1. Introduction.

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  1. Linux Red Hat Open Office 1

  2. Introduction • Red Hat Linux includes several tools for managing all of your documents. Whether you are preparing for a business or school presentation, writing a formal letter, or opening a document from an email attachment, Red Hat Linux has a tool that suits your needs. 2

  3. Open Office.org ? • OpenOffice.org is a desktop suite that functionally resembles Microsoft Office. • OpenOffice.org can perform many of the functions performed by Microsoft Office and includes many of the familiar features of Microsoft Office. 3

  4. open office.org cont. • Using OpenOffice.org is much faster and easier than learning complex tags and code to format your documents and presentations. It allows you complete control over the layout and content of your documents and lets you see the results as you edit it. 4

  5. OpenOffice.org Components • OpenOffice.org is a collection of applications that work together closely to provide the features expected from a modern office suite. Many of the components are designed to mirror those available in Microsoft Office. • The components available include: • Writer: The OpenOffice.org Word Processor • Calc: The OpenOffice.org Spreadsheet • Impress: The OpenOffice.org Presentation Manager • Draw: The OpenOffice.org Drawing Program • Base: The OpenOffice.org Database Program 5

  6. 1. Writer Writer is available via the Office menu item of the GNOME and KDE menus. Main Menu => Office => OpenOffice.org Writer 6

  7. Writer Main Point: • Editing Document • Adding or replacing text and moving in the document. • Selecting text. • Deleting, copying and moving text. • Undo, Redo. • Aligning text. • Find and replace. • Using the Spelling and Grammar Checker. • Changing document display. • Zooming in and out on your document. • Changing how text looks (text formatting) • Changing font attributes (font, font size, font style, applying different color ). 7

  8. Writer Main Point cont. • Using borders and colors: • Adding border to text or around page. • Page Setup: • Page margins. • Orientation paper. • Printing Document (printing setting). • Working with list: • Numbering. • Bulleted. • Working with Header, footers, footnote : • Adding header and footer. • Adding page number. • Adding footnote 8

  9. Writer Main Point cont. • Working with tables: • Inserting table . • Inserting and deleting rows or columns (merging cells, splitting cells) • Formatting and automatic formatting. • Inserting graph 9

  10. 2.Clac Like Writer, Calc is available via the Office menu item of the GNOME and KDE menus. Main Menu => Office => OpenOffice.org Calc. 10

  11. Clac. Cont. • OpenOffice.org Calc allows you to enter and manipulate personal or business data. • OpenOffice.org Calc allows you to enter the data either in the cell itself by double clicking the cell and typing your information or by using the Input Line (the text box on the toolbar). • OpenOffice.org Calc has several preset functions and calculations (such as =SUM() for addition/multiplication). For detailed information about creating functions for calculating your numerical data in OpenOffice.org Calc, refer to the documentation by selecting Help => Contents. 11

  12. Clac Main Point: • Starting Microsoft Excel: • Creating and renaming worksheets. • Inserting, Removing Rows and columns. • Adjusting Column Width and Row Height. • Saving a workbook. • Entering data in a worksheet: • Entering text, numbers • Performing Simple Calculations: • Understanding Excel Formulas. • Entering Formulas. • Performing Calculations with Functions • What Are Functions? • Using the Insert Function Feature sum, subtract , multiply, min, max, average 12

  13. Clac Main Point cont. • Different Ways to View Your Worksheet • Freezing Column and Row Labels • Hiding Workbooks, Worksheets, Columns, and Rows • Changing How Numbers and Text Look • Formatting Text. • Aligning Text in Cells. • Adding Boarder • Creating Charts: • Understanding Charting Terminology. • Working with Different Chart Types. • Creating and Saving a Chart. • Printing Your Workbook. 13

  14. 3.Impress Impress is available via the Office submenu of the GNOME and KDE menus. Main Menu => Office => OpenOffice.org Impress 14

  15. Impress cont. • OpenOffice.org Impress features a step-by-step automated presentation wizard called AutoPilot that allows you to create presentations from a collection of default style templates. You can make slides with itemized lists, outlines, or images. You can even import charts and graphs created by OpenOffice.org Calc into a slide. • When you first start OpenOffice.org Impress, you will be presented with the AutoPilot. You can choose the style of your slides. 15

  16. Impress cont. • Once you have chosen your preferences with AutoPilot tool, you can choose the type of slide you want to create. You can select a Modify Slide dialog box from the list or start with a blank slide and customize the layout yourself. 16

  17. Impress Main Point: • Creating presentation • Creating a blank presentation. • Creating a New Presentation by Design Template. • Inserting a new slide. • Choosing the layout. • Change the slide design. • Writing and inserting objects on slide. • writing and formatting text on the slide • Inserting Auto shapes • Inserting and organization charts. • Inserting Tables. 17

  18. Impress Main Point cont. • Viewing your presentation. • Custom Animation and slide Transaction • Header and footer and Notes page. • Printing and setting for print • Page setting. • Page printing. 18

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