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OpenOffice Tutorial: Writing a scientific paper

Students often struggle writing their first, or even fifth, thesis. Free tools, like OpenOffice, are supposed to help writing these documents, but most of the times they cause more trouble.
The problem here is not OpenOffice necessarily, but the lack of understanding how these apps work. LibreOffice, OpenOffice, NeoOffice (and most other document writing apps) have built-in features to support writing – instead of hinder. They are able to create an automatic table of contents and a bibliography index, they can reference material throughout the document, they can handle tables and other media.
The problem though, without a basic understanding of the underlying mechanisms, documents are going to be a pain to write, with every chapter looking differently. Sometimes students even try to create their own table of contents by hand. This is all stuff these programs can do for you. We show you how.

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One Response to “OpenOffice Tutorial: Writing a scientific paper”

  1. julio says:

    thank you so much for this great and awesome screencast! :)

    NICE

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