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== Communication Channels ==
 
== Communication Channels ==
 
If you want to discuss your ideas about the components of our project, please use the [mailto:users@openoffice.apache.org users@openoffice.apache.org] or [mailto:dev@openoffice.apache.org dev@openoffice.apache.org] mailing lists.
 
If you want to discuss your ideas about the components of our project, please use the [mailto:users@openoffice.apache.org users@openoffice.apache.org] or [mailto:dev@openoffice.apache.org dev@openoffice.apache.org] mailing lists.
If you have an enhancement or a feature request or if you want to report a bug please use our [https://issues.apache.org/ooo/ Issue Tracker].
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If you have an enhancement or a feature request or if you want to report a bug please use our [https://bz.apache.org/ooo/ issue tracker Bugzilla].
 
We recommend to read some [https://www.openoffice.org/qa/issue_handling/index.html documentation about issue handling] before.
 
We recommend to read some [https://www.openoffice.org/qa/issue_handling/index.html documentation about issue handling] before.
  
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* [http://documentation.openoffice.org/tutorials/index.html  Tutorials]
 
* [http://documentation.openoffice.org/tutorials/index.html  Tutorials]
  
If you have some questions that can't be answered by these documents please send them to our mailto:users@openoffice.apache.org mailing list. If you prefer to discuss your questions in your own language please go to the home page of the {{AOo}} Native Language project that matches your language. The home page of the selected language project should guide you to its ''users'' mailing list.
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If you have some questions that can't be answered by these documents please send them to our [mailto:users@openoffice.apache.org users@openoffice.apache.org] mailing list. If you prefer to discuss your questions in your own language please go to the home page of the {{AOo}} Native Language project that matches your language. The home page of the selected language project should guide you to its ''users'' mailing list.
  
 
=== Specifications ===
 
=== Specifications ===

Latest revision as of 13:06, 5 March 2021

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Writer Project

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Sw.OpenOffice.org


This is the home of the Apache OpenOffice Word Processing Project. Its heart is the Writer application but it also comprises the Apache OpenOffice Formula Editor Math, the integration of the linguistic components (spellchecker, hyphenator, thesaurus) and some documentfilters for formats of other wordprocessors. The linguistic components themselves are part of the lingucomponent project.

Communication Channels

If you want to discuss your ideas about the components of our project, please use the users@openoffice.apache.org or dev@openoffice.apache.org mailing lists. If you have an enhancement or a feature request or if you want to report a bug please use our issue tracker Bugzilla. We recommend to read some documentation about issue handling before.

Website

https://openoffice.org/sw/

IRC

Mailinglists/Newsgroups

People

Developers wanted. -- feel free to put your name and your area of expertise

Documentation

User Documentation provided by the Documentation Project

If you have some questions that can't be answered by these documents please send them to our users@openoffice.apache.org mailing list. If you prefer to discuss your questions in your own language please go to the home page of the Apache OpenOffice Native Language project that matches your language. The home page of the selected language project should guide you to its users mailing list.

Specifications

https://www.openoffice.org/specs/writer/index.html

Internal Documentation

API Documentation

Efforts

For an overview about opportunities for new developers see Writer/ToDo.

If you want to contribute something to the project you don't need to be a developer. Please read more about contributing if you are interested.

Ongoing Efforts

Planned Efforts/ToDos

Stalled Efforts

Completed Efforts

Integrated Patches

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