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OpenOffice.org Writer Word Processing Training Manual
What is the predominant use for OpenOffice.org Write in today’s business society? This is the question that our text addresses. We, as educators, know that once this question is answered, learning and retention increase dramatically. The OpenOffice.org Write manual has been produced to meet (and exceed) both English and Business Communications department requirements and thus covers curriculum topics necessary for college level courses and industry requirements.
Our minimalist manuals result in the added bonus of not only learning about how to use the software, but, to also learn about the English components inherent within the software materials. Knowing how to write a letter or memo with the correct style, the correct margins, the correct ‘look’, is just as valuable.
Students use OpenOffice.org Write as a tool to develop:
- Business letters (block style, semi-block style, semi-block modified indent style, parts of a letter)
- Letters of application
- Business cards
- Business forms
- Laboratory reports
- Letters of transmittal
- Formal technical reports
- Technical charts and tables
Our minimalist learning approach has the students working towards "finished products" that they would encounter frequently in the business world, assumes that students have no experience or background with OpenOffice.org Write software or word processing, and builds from there. It is a very user-friendly manual and is meant for self-paced learning with little or no input from an instructor allowing for students to work independently in the classroom or at home.
Distance delivery and e-learning classes are greatly enhanced with the use of these materials as questions are answered by working through the materials. Topics include:
- Text formatting
- Page formatting
- Paragraph formatting (Indents, etc.)
- Tables, Borders and Shading
- Short-cut keys
- Section breaks
- Headers and Footers
- Page numbering
- Table of Contents, Table of Tables, Table of Figures
- Use of the Drawing Toolbar.
There are 35 different exercises, each of which takes approximately 0.75 hours. Typically the topics covered in 15 hours would exceed most college requirements. However, depending upon the depth required, the OpenOffice.org Write manual would require about 25+
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