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  • OpenOffice in TRADOS

    Office suite expert Solveig Haugland suggests testing OpenOffice products in the TRADOS environment to find out if they have the same offerings as Microsoft Office. 

  • Comparing multiple OpenOffice spreadsheets

    Office suite expert Solveig Haugland gives two different ways to compare OpenOffice spreadsheets next to each other. 

  • Straightforward desktop use with SLED 10

    Open source software and applications expert Bernard Golden recommends checking your printing and file server infrastructure to make sure they are compatible for the Linux desktop. 

  • Installing SLED 10

    Open source software and apps expert Bernard Golden says that installing SUSE Linux Desktop 10 isn't any harder than installing Windows. 

  • Quick fixes for Linux desktop business needs

    Open source software and apps expert Bernard Golden explains why it might be better to have an outside service provider get a business started with open source software than testing it yourself. 

  • Free business guidance under GNU-FDL

    Open source software and apps expert Bernard Golden recommends looking at the open source maturity model for ideas on open source software documentation. 

  • Disappearing lines in OpenOffice's Draw tool

    Office suite expert Solveig Haugland explains how to format an image in OpenOffice using the Draw tool. 

  • Personalizing your OpenOffice palette

    Office suite expert Solveig Haugland gives two ways to create more colors in OpenOffice. 

  • Individual justifications for OpenOffice headers and footers

    Office suite expert Solveig Haugland describes how to set up individual justifications for headers and footers in an OpenOffice document using tabs. 

  • Limits to selling support

    An expert says why it's a good idea to get in early and develop yourself as the go-to guy for support and services when it comes to making a profit with open source.