Name: [071] Horst Jens
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Description: Hi, my name is Horst JENS, living in Vienna, Austria. I teach children how to program open source games (mostly using python / pygame): http://www.spielend-programmieren.at My own python game book project can be found at http://www.pythongamebook.com For more videos, check out my youtub ...

Open Office Calc: making a nice-looking diagram [ID:403] (4/6)

in series: Open Office (many languages)

video tutorial by Horst Jens, added 10/07

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(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.

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Sherina. P. (speaker)

Johanna. B. (computer)

Birgit. S. (camera)

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good


pretty.


18. Fred Mah Fri, 19 Feb 2010 03:58

Hello, I found your video searching google with openOffice

pie chart. I hadn't expected to find that it was created with calc, rather I thought with presentation. But it looks good.

I wanted to make a pie chart instead of a bar graph on Europe installed wind power.

Your tutorial is VERY good on selecting colours but a little thin on putting the data into the pie..

Even so I liked it.

Bye Fred

Madrid Spain


17. anonymous Wed, 18 Nov 2009 23:37

the audio was a bit difficult to hear


16. anonymous Wed, 21 Oct 2009 04:32

Unfortunately - The sound in the movie clip is too low


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14. anonymous Mon, 28 Sep 2009 08:15

Just like to say..."Job well done!" Stated your objective, broke it all down into simple tasks that was very easy to follow. Liked the video sidebar of the students. Very entertaining and informative! JLH


13. anonymous Fri, 04 Sep 2009 21:33

bueno


12. anonymous Wed, 15 Jul 2009 10:10

Well done people!


11. anonymous Wed, 24 Jun 2009 10:59

OK, nice shot tutorial. In next time don't move camera so fast


10. anonymous Fri, 05 Jun 2009 14:55

nice


9. anonymous Fri, 05 Jun 2009 14:53

nice


8. anonymous Wed, 29 Apr 2009 13:02

Nice worked.

Tks for help the www comunity.

Julio


7. anonymous Wed, 29 Apr 2009 04:51

Very informative


I have not yet worked out what this video is about.

If I watch it again I might work it out.


5. anonymous Sun, 13 Jan 2008 11:03

Two issues: (i)The video streaming seems to be very poor. I am on a reasonable ADSL service and don't have issues here normally. The decision to show Joanna drives up the bitstream raite that your tutorial needs to play in real time. (ii) You speaker needs a script which both rehearse and then the speaker needs to still to it. No more "ummm"s and "errr"s.


4. anonymous Sun, 02 Dec 2007 14:30

Not bad, yet before recording do at least a plan. Saying "okay, ummm, now we can see what Johanna is doing" is perfectly wrong! It should be "Johanna will put a round diagram to/on her sleep data". Also a nice touch would be why does Johanna want to do that. It would look way more professional.

I rate the content as "good"(4/5) yet the speech is a minor drawback with 2 out of 5 points.


3. anonymous Mon, 29 Oct 2007 04:42

Very good

Joaquim


Hi Horst, Sherina, Johanna and Birgit - welcome to you all, it is great to have this English-language video here.

I look forward to seeing more OpenOffice tutorials - I have started to use OpenOffice now on my Ubuntu system, it is nice to see how other people use it so I can learn new skills.

Cheers from Brighton (UK)!

Ian


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