Mad Penguin: Sandals and All: A Review of "Point & Click OpenOffice.org"
Jan 03, 2006, 13:00 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Robin Miller is after your granny. Again. He's trying to entice
her with the delights of free open source software. He's trying to
make it look easy and fun to play around with open source. First,
there was his Point & Click Linux book. Now he's out trying to
tempt the uninitiated with an alternative office productivity via
his new book, Point & Click OpenOffice.org. When is someone
going to put a stop to it?
"Hopefully, not for a while. As with his Linux book, Robin
Miller's Point & Click OpenOffice.org, published by Prentice
Hall PTR, is a user guide aimed at demonstrating to the most basic
computer users that computers and office productivity software can
be their friends, not some mysterious tool for hypercaffeinated