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Over the last four days, we have been taking a tour of
OpenOffice.org Writer. We have explored some of its features which may
feel familiar to you, as well as looking at some features which may
give you a whole new way of working.
<p>How did you find the journey? If you haven’t taken time to sit down
in front of your computer and actually follow the tutorials step by
step, consider doing that now. Most people...
Having looked at ways in which OpenOffice.org will be familiar to you, we now turn to explore some of its differences.<br>
In the following screenshot, we identify four important tools – dockable floating windows - that can be used very powerfully in OpenOffice.org.<br>
The <b>Styles and Formatting window</b>, which we looked at earlier, is useful for quick formatting. I tend to keep it open...
I have a doubt about my RHCE Certification.
I am certified in RHEL 4 in year 2006.
Now Since the new version is all set to be launched, I am worried, when will my certification expire???
Do any one have idea about how Red Hat certification cycle works and how certification expires??
Please do help!!