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Old 06-07-2011, 09:40 AM   #1
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LXer: Give LibreOffice Writer a minimalist makeover in 3 easy steps


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There has been a recent trend of minimalist text editing applications like FocusWriter and WriteRoom. Even though they work as you expect them to, they donít come with the sheer amount of features LibreOffice Writer provides. So, if youíre not willing to switch to another application yet, hereís a quick 3-step process to give the good old LibreOffice a minimalist makeover.

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