Mad Penguin: The Tiny Guide to OpenOffice.org
May 20, 2005, 10:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Each year, more OpenOffice.org books hit the market, with
nearly a dozen easily available in US bookstores today. They
include very technical references, very basic introductions, and
books that focus like a laser on just a small portion of the
software's capabilities. The small publishing company Hentzenwerke
focuses their books on two areas: the migration from Windows to
Linux, and OpenOffice.org. They have already published three books
on OOo, and are becoming the go-to publisher for OOo information.
One of their recent books, 'The Tiny Guide to OpenOffice.org' by
Benjamin Horst, seeks to act as the glue connecting all other
resources on OpenOffice.org together..."
Magazine: Book Review: Forensic Discovery(Apr 14, 2005)