Plan-B for OpenOffice.org & LibreOffice, learning office productivity software with videos
Tech Support for OpenOffice.org & LibreOffice

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is Plan-B?

Plan-B is software documentation for the rest of us. This means it is written for non technical users that want visual instructions (screencasts) and a smart search engine so they can search in their language.

What is Plan-B for OpenOffice.org?

Plan-B for OpenOffice.org is documenting OpenOffice.org for the rest of us. This means it is produced for non technical users of OpenOffice.org that want visual instructions (screencasts) and a smart search engine so they can search in their language.

Who uses Plan-B for OpenOffice.org?

Plan-B for OpenOffice.org is specifically produced for users who are not computer experts, such as medical doctors, secretaries, lawyers, office workers, sales people, marketing employees, professors, students, etc. Off course, you should be using OpenOffice.org as your productivity suite.

What do I need to use Plan-B for OpenOffice.org?

All you need to use Plan-B for OpenOffice.org is a web browser enabled with Java™ technology. Don't worry, over 95% of PC's have this kind of software installed. Off course you will also need an Internet connection. Dial-up access speed will be sufficient.

Do I need Java™ to use Plan-B for OpenOffice.org?

In order to use this website you need a Java™ enabled web-browser, such as Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari. If your browser does not have the Java™ plug-in installed, you will be prompted to install it.
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Do I need Broadband/DSL/Cable?

No, Dial-up access speed will be sufficient. Off course a faster connection will speed things up. However, you can view the videos (screencasts) with a 28.8K (or faster) modem.

Does it work with dialup/modem?

Yes, Plan-B for OpenOffice.org is optimized for low dial-up access and modems, 28.8K (or faster). Off course a faster connection will speed things up. However, you can view the videos (screencasts) just fine with dial-up access.

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