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You can also customize the OpenOffice.org menus. Here are the steps: 1. 2. 3. Choose Tools Customize from the menu bar. In the Customize dialog box, select the Menus tab at the top left. Choose which menu you wish to customize from the Menu drop-down list. Submenus are indicated with a pipe symbol (|). File | Send indicates the Send submenu located in the File menu, for example. Select the position where you wish the new function to appear on the menu by selecting an entry in the Menu Content Entries list, and then click the Add button.
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Add commands to the menu, as described earlier in the Adding Functions to Toolbars section.
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The up and down arrows in the Customize dialog box enable you to alter the position of entries on the menu. You could move those items you use frequently to the top of the menu, for example. You can remove an existing menu item by highlighting it in the Customize dialog box, clicking the Modify button, and then clicking Delete. If you make a mistake, simply click the Reset button at the bottom right of the Customize dialog box to return the menus to their default state.
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You can alter the color scheme used in OpenOffice.org by clicking Tools Options, and then clicking the Appearance entry under the OpenOffice.org heading on the left of the dialog box that appears. Each of the programs in the OpenOffice.org suite has its own heading in the Custom Colors list. To alter a particular color setting, click the drop-down alongside that particular entry under the Color Settings heading. To alter how toolbars appear (i.e., the size of the icons), click the View option under the OpenOffice.org heading. This preference panel also lets you set the default zoom level under the Scaling heading when starting new documents. You can also deactivate font antialiasing, which can help make some fonts look truer to life compared to printed output, although this option is one of personal preference.
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Configuring OpenOffice.org Options
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In addition to the wealth of customization options, OpenOffice.org offers a range of configuration options that enable you to make it work exactly how you wish (although it should be pointed out that the default configuration is fine for most users). Within an OpenOffice.org program, choose Tools Options from the menu to open the Options dialog box, as shown in Figure 13-5.
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Figure 13-5. Access OpenOffice.org s main configuration options by choosing Tools Options. Most of the configuration options offered within each program apply across the suite, but some settings are specific to each program, in which case you ll find them listed under their own heading on the left of the dialog box.
Using OpenOffice.org Core Functions
Although the various programs within OpenOffice.org are designed for very specific tasks, they all share several core functions that work in broadly similar ways. In addition, each program is able to borrow components from other programs in the suite.
Using Wizards
One of the core functions you ll find most useful when you re creating new documents is the wizard system, which you can access from the File menu. A wizard guides you through creating a new
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document by answering questions and following a wizard-based interface. This replaces the templatebased approach within Microsoft Office, although it s worth noting that OpenOffice.org is still able to use templates. A wizard will usually offer a variety of document styles. Some wizards will even prompt you to fill in salient details, which they will then insert into your document in the relevant areas. Note that within some components of OpenOffice.org, such as Writer, the wizards offered on the File menu won t work unless Java Runtime Environment (JRE) software is installed. This can be done quickly and easily by closing any open OpenOffice.org applications, opening the Ubuntu Software Center (Applications Ubuntu Software Center), and installing the following programs: Standard Java or Java-compatible runtime (default-jre) Office productivity suite (arch-independent Java support files [openoffice.orgjava-common])
You will need to type your password when prompted. The software will probably be in the 200MB range, so it might take a while to download. Installation is automatic; after it has finished, close the Ubuntu Software Center and log out. When you log in again, open any OpenOffice.org application to test the installation by starting a wizard.
Note In case you re wondering why this useful software isn t included by default, you can blame the fact that it s over 200MB. Put simply, it just won t fit on the Ubuntu installation CD-ROM.
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