Open Office (many languages) [ID:126]

a series of video-tutorials by Horst Jens and Babsi and ljliu

Students show how to use OpenOffice for simple tasks. The videos are in different languages. For a more detailed description (in English and German) look into the Wiki

All videos in this series are recorded using Ubuntu Linux and the Linux version of OpenOffice.

Video Tutorials

1. Open Office Writer: Inhaltsverzeichnis (German)

(This video is in German language with German subtitles /Das Video ist auf deutsch mit deutschen Untertiteln). Der Textverarbeitungsteil von OpenOffice (Writer) wird verwendet um ein automatisch erstelltes Inhaltsverzeichnis zu erzeugen. Darsteller: Barbara Hahn (am Computer) Lukas Jersabek (Sprecher) Liu Lijiai (Kamera) Weitere Informationen im Wiki Lizenz: Creative Commons Attribution, Non-Comm [...]

2. Open Office Writer: table of content (Chinese)

(This video is in Chinese language) Students use OpenOffice (Writer) to show how to make an table of contents. This is the video Inhaltsverzeichnis from this series, but with Chinese voice-over and with no German word at all. Credits: Liu Lijiai (speaker) Daniel Weiss (computer) Lukas Jersabek (camera) More Information is in the Wiki Lizense: Creative Commons Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-A [...]

3. Open Office Calc: Der Sverweis (German)

(This video is in German language with German subtitles /Das Video ist auf deutsch mit deutschen Untertiteln). Der Tabellenkalkulationsteil von OpenOffice (Calc) wird verwendet um die Funktion SVERWEIS zu zeigen. Darsteller: Stephanie Hetzel (Sprecherin) Daniel Weiss (am Computer) Liu_Lijia (Kamera) mehr Informationen gibt es im WIKI Lizenz: Creative Commons Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-Ali [...]

4. Open Office Calc: making a nice-looking diagram

(This video is in English language, with English subtitles) Students use OpenOffice (Calc) to show how to make a nice-looking diagram. This was the pilot film of the series. cast: Sherina. P. (speaker) Johanna. B. (computer) Birgit. S. (camera) More Information is in the Wiki License: Creative Commons Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-Alike (BY NC SA)

5. Open Office Writer: making a shopping list with tabs

(This video is in English language, with English subtitles). Students use OpenOffice (Writer) to show how to make a shopping list and use the tabs correctly so that all numbers are aligned at the decimal point. Credits: Barbara Hahn (speaker) Daniel Weiss (computer) Horst JENS (camera) Boris (guy in background, does nothing) More Information is in the Wiki Creative Commons Attribution, Non-Commer [...]

6. Open Office Writer: Gesprächsprotokoll schreiben nach einem Streit (German)

(This video is in German language with German subtitles /Das Video ist auf deutsch mit deutschen Untertiteln). Der Textverarbeitungsteil von OpenOffice (Writer) wird verwendet um (nach einem Streit) ein Gesprächsprotokoll zu schreiben. Dabei wird ein Absatzformat verwendet. Darsteller: Galia Borudjieva als Galia Mag. Ingrid Pecher als Nini Weitere Informationen finden Sie im Wiki Lizenz: Creative [...]

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