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OpenOffice.org and StarOffice training, consulting, workbooks, and users' guides

 
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Hi,
I run a training and consulting business for anyone who wants to switch to OpenOffice.org or StarOffice.
As you might know, both applications are pretty much the same, one open source and free and the other from Sun and commercial, but both are Microsoft Office compatible office suites.
I provide:
- Onsite training
- Consulting for the switching process and converting documents
- Training materials such as workbooks
- Users' guides, including the "OpenOffice.org Resource Kit".
My web site is www.getopenoffice.org Feel free to email me at solveig at getopenoffice dot org.
Thanks for your attention,
Solveig Haugland
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solveig@getopenoffice.org
"OpenOffice.org Resource Kit" user's guide and CD, and
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