[Cbsupport] OOo-help-en

David Lloyd dlloyd at microbits.com.au
Mon Jul 14 11:25:02 UTC 2003

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> If you have OOo why can't you have help-en
> Will it break the system or not
> If it is availble why not have it

And if the help doesn't get installed, I'm not able to gleefully say "Read
the Help!" and then bash you over the head with a clue-bat ;-) Installing
applications for end users, especially the type of end users ComputerBank
have, without the appropriate help files being in place could lead to
extra support work and frustration.

> I thought we were supposed to find things out for ourselves
> I assume that help-en is a useful tool for OpenOffice it has heaps of 
> info in it

It is - even I end up using the OpenOffice help when I can't work out how
to do separate columns or such.

> I don't like being critised for every little thing I do and in future I 
> will copy and paste those coments on the list for all to see


/me wants to hear the gossip

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