Using Linux for Office Productivity

Figure 7.1: OpenOffice.org's components resemble those of Microsoft Office. Figure 7.2: KOffice provides many of the same features as Open-Office.org, but it isn't quite as sophisticated.

Figure 7.3: GNOME Office is built from independent components—note the different icons in the icon bars of each application.

Figure 7.4: LaTeX output matches the description provided in the input, not the formatting of the raw text file.

Figure 7.5: LyX provides a GUI face to LaTeX.

Figure 7.6: OpenOffice.org provides a GUI font management tool.

Figure 7.7: Most X applications present dialog boxes to aid selecting a printer and printer options.

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