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Oracle Open Office is dead – long live LibreOffice?

I have to admit that back in 1984, (being sweet little 17 myself in these days) when some 16-year-old German guy (Marco Börries) started writing the first Office Software that came across my Commodore 64, I did not anticipate that … Continue reading

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Copy & paste without clipboard using OpenOffice.org API

When processing contents in a document via OpenOffice.org API you sometimes need to copy & paste contents between documents or duplicate contents of one document. Continue reading

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Embed an image into an OpenOffice.org writer document

Introduction There are two kinds of images in OpenOffice.org: Linked images are saved outside of the document Embedded images are saved inside the document The second kind is the one you would use to get a stand-alone document. The problem … Continue reading

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