"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..."
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