Linux Journal: Ooo Off the Wall: My Objects All Sublime

“All of the contents in an OpenOffice.org Writer document is one
of three things: text characters, fields or objects. Objects is a
large category that includes formulas, drawing objects and
so-called OLE Objects, but it is represented most often by
graphics. All objects are added to Writer using a frame, and most
of the time, it is the frame that you are editing. The object
itself sits sublimely above your changes, its appearance in the
document altering but not the object itself…”


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