"In Part 1, we studied the fundamental concepts of
OpenOffice.org's software development kit (SDK) and how the SDK can
be used to communicate with the OOo programs. We now are ready to
write an application. As previously stated, we are going to develop
a program that is able to interact with OpenOffice.org's
spreadsheet application, Calc. Two reasons are behind this choice.
First, solving the problems raised in creating this program will
acquaint us with many of the most important aspects of UNO
(Universal Network Objects) programming. Second, spreadsheets allow
users to build nice reports easily. If we are able to control a
spreadsheet application, it can be turned into our personal report
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