I don’t usually write tutorials in this blog, but since being on the Apache OpenOffice mailing list I think this is something that is commonly addressed. This and file-type configuration. So I think that doing a couple of tutorials on these topics could be a good personal refference for the mailing list.
So here is the tip on how to never loose work in Apache OpenOffice:
- Configure auto-Recovery, this will set the option to handle a timer in which the file would be saved periodically.
- Enable backup copies.
- Enable document properties without saving.
Is important to understand that our biggest enemy on loosing information is ourselves, so we need to fight to future self from ruining our job. Our somewhat lazy practices like forgetting to do regular saves or never save on startup or even, never worry about insertring properties on documents might be some of the reasons to loose…
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