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July 24, 2009

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Hey, I was wondering if there was a way to use Open Office to make a blog post (other than writing it out in OO.o and copy/paste it in to the web interface)? MS Office 2007 has a way to post to some blogs, I haven't gotten to try it yet because I don't have an account with any of the blogs that are listed in Office 2007.

Hi Michael,

You might experiment with File > Wizards > Web Page; it's possible there might be an extension out there (extensions.services.openoffice.org) that might work. But I don't know off the top of my head.
Solveig

GOOD

Doesn't work with my printer (HP Laserjet 1020). I set all of the options as Envelope #10 in my printer settings, but it prints it with the To: section overlapping the top of the page, leaving the From: section obviously no where on the envelope.

This works fine with most HP Laserjets IF you are content with being stuck printing your envelope onto standard letter sized paper.

AS SOON AS YOU TRY TO PRINT IT ON A STANDARD #10 ENVELOPE, THE PRINTER SPITS OUT THE BLANK ENVELOPE AND SETS AN ERROR CONDITION.

I suspect OpenOffice is mistakenly telling the printer it is printing on standard Letter sized paper, but the HP printer's own intelligence recognizes the envelope is not 8½" x 11" and rejects it, but I am just guessing. In any event, IT DOESN'T WORK.

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