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This chapter describes the application environment of the OpenOffice.org application. It assumes that you have read the chapter First Steps, and that you are able to connect to the office and load documents.
In most cases, users use the functionality of OpenOffice.org by opening and modifying documents. The interfaces and services common to all document types and how documents are embedded in the surrounding application environment are discussed.
It is also possible to extend the functionality of OpenOffice.org by replacing the services mentioned here by intercepting the communication between objects or by creating your own document type and integrating it into the desktop environment. All these things are discussed in this chapter.
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