NeoOffice Tips and Hints

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-==Calc-specific Tips== 
-* [[Adding multiple rows/columns to a spreadsheet in Calc|Adding multiple rows or columns to a spreadsheet]] 
-* [[:Computing and Graphing a Regression Line|Computing and graphing a regression line]] 
-* [[Exporting Calc charts or spreadsheets as images]] 
-* [[Inserting a line break in a cell]]  
-* [[Using a Calc spreadsheet as a data source]] (NeoOffice 2.x) 
-* [[Selecting_and_Filling_a_Cell_Range|Selecting and filling a range of cells]]  
-* [[Importing_HTML_Tables_into_a_Calc_Document|Importing HTML tables into a Calc document]] 
-* [[Performing Addition with Time-Formatted Cells in Calc]] 
-* [[Converting a Text String to a Number in Calc]] 
-* [[Inserting and Editing Notes in Calc|Inserting and Editing Notes in Calc]] 
-* [[Using the Solver Function|Using the Solver function]] 
-* [[Importing and Exporting Comma and Tab Delimited Files|Importing and Exporting Comma and Tab Delimited Files]] 
-* [[Creating a Gantt Chart|Creating a Gantt Chart]] 
-* [[Database Functions in Calc]] 
-* [[Plotting Curves in Calc]] 
-* [ Templates for Calc] 
==Impress-specific tips== ==Impress-specific tips==

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About the Different Components of NeoOffice

The items in this section are currently under development

Note: The tips and hints specific to a particular component are being moved to the component pages above. If you don't see the tips you are looking for, try the component pages.

Writer-specific Tips

Impress-specific tips

Math-specific tips

Tips from Trinity

The forums at contain many tips, hints, and answers to frequently asked questions. The New Articles Needed page in this wiki contains links to some of the most helpful threads at trinity.

Note that the predominant language of the trinity forums is English, so most if not all of these threads will be in English. At the time of this writing (April 2007), there were French, Spanish, and Italian speakers among the "regulars" at trinity. If you are in need of a summary or explanation of a tip in one of these languages, post a request in the appropriate thread, and someone may be able to help you.

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