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Simply start the OpenOffice.org application. After the installation, an entry for OpenOffice.org is listed in the Programs menu. After OpenOffice.org has started, an icon will be available on the system tray. (It looks like flying seagulls on a blue and white background.) Click on the icon with the right mouse button to quickly start the various different components of the office suite. This quick-launcher will automatically start when you log in.
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*Windows: After the installation, an entry for OpenOffice.org is listed in the Programs menu. The OOo 3 Setup program did place an OOo icon on your desktop.
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:After OpenOffice.org has started, an icon will be available on the system tray. (It looks like flying seagulls on a blue and white background.) Click on the icon with the right mouse button to quickly start the various different components of the office suite. This quick-launcher will automatically start when you log in.
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*Linux: If you did install the desktop related rpm file, you have a new OOo group in your panel. If you prefer to use the terminal, navigate to the OOo/program folder and start the soffice script.
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*Mac: The OOo icon starts the Writer window first. Choose File > New menu to open the other programs like Calc, Impress, Draw.
 
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I've installed OpenOffice.org, now what do I do?


Simply start the OpenOffice.org application.

  • Windows: After the installation, an entry for OpenOffice.org is listed in the Programs menu. The OOo 3 Setup program did place an OOo icon on your desktop.
After OpenOffice.org has started, an icon will be available on the system tray. (It looks like flying seagulls on a blue and white background.) Click on the icon with the right mouse button to quickly start the various different components of the office suite. This quick-launcher will automatically start when you log in.
  • Linux: If you did install the desktop related rpm file, you have a new OOo group in your panel. If you prefer to use the terminal, navigate to the OOo/program folder and start the soffice script.
  • Mac: The OOo icon starts the Writer window first. Choose File > New menu to open the other programs like Calc, Impress, Draw.
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