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Old 17-04-2012
Join Date: May 2011
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How to use OpenOffice on USB

The OpenOffice is the great suite for the office work, and saying I am not referring only to the great quality of the application but also it work . but it consider bit lower than the Microsoft Office, and now the OpenOffice is an application package like to Windows office. It allow you work with Word files as well as spreadsheet data. If you frequently use Microsoft office, it might take time prior to you are familiar to OpenOffice features and functions. here is the link to file you need to install OpenOffice on a flash drive.

  1. it is completely detached from the host system (Windows);
  2. do not dirty up your registry (Windows)
  3. do not use local resources;
  4. uses many without installing additional fonts in Windows;
  5. Is completely customizable
  6. lets get back to factory default settings with great simplicity. Just remove (or rename) the folder "Settings" and "Fonts" from the same portable and eliminates your changes;
  7. allows saving, in the respective Microsoft formats (. Doc,. Xls,. Ppt), from Writer, Calc and Impress, as set by default in order to increase compatibility with the Microsoft Office used too;

it is not like the Microsoft Office, which is actually the multiple application that are loosely interconnected. The OpenOffice I s actually on big application with multiple functions. So, still if you were to just install Writer and Calc, it might just save the you a grand total of about 9MB. Plus it would be one extra full distribution to support .
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Old 17-04-2012
Join Date: May 2011
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Re: How to use OpenOffice on USB

  • Start your pc and connect with the net, ideally with a broadband connection .
  • Plug your flash drive within the USB port. make certain the drive is discover. Now just go to the ''My Computer'' and find the drive. If you're on the Mac OS X, the flash drive can come to view in the desktop.
  • Be sure that you have the adequate space-190 MB-to download and install OpenOffice 2.0.
  • Open the ''OOo_2.0.4 _Win32Intel_install'' file. Click ''Next'' and proceed ''Unpack." Click ''Next'' to continue. Now just Scroll down and check the license agreement." Enter a username and indicate your usage preferences. Click ''Next."
  • Set your application preferences. OpenOffice.org 2.0 can automatically open with optional application like MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint. Set OpenOffice two.0 as a default program to open and edit files with these extensions.
  • Click on ''Install'' to start the installation and after that is done just Press the ''Finish'' button . OpenOffice is currently downloaded and put in on your flash drive.
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