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Floss Manuals is a great website that lets you build manuals for a wide range of free software. You can pick and choose which software you want to know about and it will build a manual that you can download as a pdf.

There are loads of free open source tools out there that can do the same thing as software you can pay for – free software available online you can download and use without paying a license fee. So far so good, but, unlike Microsoft and other standard suppliers, it can sometimes be hard to find user-friendly information about how to use it.

It’s all very well installing a free copy of Open Office if you’re confident about learning new software skills, but it’s a lot harder for people who aren’t happy clicking about trying to make it work. And there aren’t that yet Dummies’ Guides for even the most popular open source products.

That’s why Floss Manuals is a great idea. It’s a well-designed website that let’s you select the products you want to know about and download pdfs of the manuals. Follow the link to see how it helps you get the most from OpenOffice, which is a free alternative to the suite of Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel and PowerPoint. OpenOffice manuals

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