NeoOffice Tips and Hints

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* [[Problems with the Symbol font, Greek text, or bullets in Word documents]] * [[Problems with the Symbol font, Greek text, or bullets in Word documents]]
* [[Setting the default font in Calc, Impress, or Draw]] * [[Setting the default font in Calc, Impress, or Draw]]
-* [[Inputting single-byte punctuation and numbers in Chinese, Japanese, or Korean text]]+<!-- * [[Inputting single-byte punctuation and numbers in Chinese, Japanese, or Korean text]]
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* [[Activating Dictionaries and Configuring Spellcheck|Activating the dictionary for your language and using more than one language's dictionary]] * [[Activating Dictionaries and Configuring Spellcheck|Activating the dictionary for your language and using more than one language's dictionary]]
* [[Changing the Language of the User Interface|Changing the language of the user interface and using a different language from the system language]] * [[Changing the Language of the User Interface|Changing the language of the user interface and using a different language from the system language]]

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About the Different Components of NeoOffice


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

Tips from Trinity

The forums at http://trinity.neooffice.org/ 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 (September 2007), there were French, Spanish, Italian, German, and Dutch 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.

Improving the Mac OS X Experience


Compatibility and Document Exchange


Fonts & Languages


Printing and Exporting to PDF


Styles and Templates


Miscellaneous Tips


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