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Old 05-09-2005, 02:46 AM   #1
mcm1738
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Red face "openoffice secondary development"


this title may be not exactly,
my english is so poor,
i hope you can understand my tough english.

recently i work in redhat (FC3 edition), in my programma,i want to use
some thing just like API of OPENOFFICE to make some report forms, i don't
know how to do ,can you give me some advice, thank you very much~~~~~

finally thank you for reading my tough english

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