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I've been teaching the Open Office suite to adults. I've found some tutorials online, but I don't like them very much.

There is always the possibility of doing one myself, but instead I could translate a good tutorial to portuguese, my first language.

So, does anyone knows of a good open office tutorial?


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Not to be ranting, but while you're teaching you may want to use the right name: or OOo. Not OpenOffice, not Open Office. – Arjan Jul 17 '09 at 15:14
For anyone who didn't follow @Arjan's link, OpenOffice is owned by another company and that's why using it is wrong. I figured I'd mention that in case people thought @Arjan was being a pompous **** :) – n0pe Aug 8 '11 at 17:48
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First, I'd suggest getting the pt version for your students. Next, (if you don't mind reading Brazilian-Portuguese) visit for a wealth of documentation and information em portuguese.

Furthermore, if your students understand english, or you are capable of translating material, you could look at the many tutorials at, and

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Thanks Jonathan. They already have the PT-pt version and the dictionary. Those are the first and second hits if I search google. I dont like them very much, was trying to find something better. – Artur Carvalho Jul 17 '09 at 21:47

You could just get a MS office tutorial, even though microsoft stinks, open office is still alot like it.

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I've written one here. It's on LibreOffice - which is almost the same.

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