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December 05, 2005

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Hey, that little tutorial was interesting as I have recently converted to OpenOffice and starting to use things other than Writer and Calc. Is there a repository that you would recommend for this sort of thing as I would like to also use them for something I am working on.

Hi Carlton,

"Is there a repository that you would recommend for this sort of thing as I would like to also use them for something I am working on."

I'm not much of an expert on tools like that--I just keep my graphics in directories, generally. ;> Named so that I can find them, but that's it.

Glad the tutorial was interesting. I still plan to get out "UML Distilled" and create a few diagrams to prove that it can be done. Presuming, of course, that it can be done.... ;>

~ Solveig

Sorry my bad, I read what I wrote and it doesn't actually make sense...ha ha. I meant to say is there a website which you would recommend looking at in order to get hold hold of the graphics that you used in your article?

Thanks,
C

Hi Carlton,

"I meant to say is there a website which you would recommend looking at in order to get hold hold of the graphics that you used in your article?"

Ah! I see. ;> I'm used to hearing from people who have use far more complex tools and systems than I do so I made that assumption about your comment.

I haven't found any recommendable sites yet, but I imagine I'll come up with some when I do the UML Proof article. It depends on whether one is doing electrical stuff or UML or architecture or who knows what. I'll try to list an array of sites in the UML article.

~ Solveig

Hi,
In additon to my microprocessor implementation seminars I have offerred to teach a free class to middle students at a local school. I can't seem to use a background from writers gallery and then put text ON the background. In other words I want a textured background with the text on it. I will investigate you book.

Quite Cordially Robert Brians near Hollister California

How do you
1. Import the MS Word clipart?
2. Import MS cil format clipart archives previously installed to MS Word? (Same for individual clipart files in wmf format.)

Hi Daniel,

I'm not familiar with the format of the graphics in Word clipart. If it can be accessed as a group of jpgs, gifs, etc. then you follow the directions in this post. You might mail a Word site to determine how to get Word clipart into standard graphics format.

Solveig

Very unhelpful

Hi Carlton
Thx for this assertion. Very usefull! I´ve check it out ( step by step), and i improved alot of "peanuts". I hope you would keep it on, i need more backup on this problems.It finally sunk in, but there would be new challenges.
Greets,Thailand

You can define the printing preferences for an individual UML diagram or for all new UML diagrams that you create.

Hi Daniel,

I'm not familiar with the format of the graphics in Word clipart. If it can be accessed as a group of jpgs, gifs, etc. then you follow the directions in this post. You might mail a Word site to determine how to get Word clipart into standard graphics format.

Solveig

Hello,
thanks a lot for all the useful hints on you site,
keep on doing,
greetings from germany
Tom

I meant to say is there a website which you would recommend looking at in order to get hold hold of the graphics that you used in your article?

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