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OS-College teaches about cross-platform software than runs equally on Windows, Mac, Linux, and other desktop operating systems. Currently, the articles and videos on this Website are about LibreOffice, an open-source suite that works equally well on Windows, Mac, and Linux distros.
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LibreOffice Writer has several settings for bullet and numbered lists. It supports up to 10 levels of lists and has numerous selections for number styles and bullet points. These videos are part of a series that covers the Customize (Options) tab in the Bullets and Numbering dialog.
Bullets and Numbering are covered on the associated page in the Writer section of the Website.
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Intro. to LibreOffice Calc
Calc has been around for more than 20 years, from its roots as a StarOffice application to being released as an open-source application in the OpenOffice suite. Now it is part of the suite that is run by a non-profit organization, the Document Foundation. This page gives an introduction to Calc section of OS-College.
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Spreadsheets are a typical application in most modern office suites. They are used for a variety of things, from simple records to complex calculations.
The open-source application is one of the most feature-rich spreadsheets, and it has many of the features that Microsoft Excel has, as well as many features that it does not.