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Centos 5: Open-office

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1) I have a linux Machine (Centos 5)

2) I want to do the "Screen shot" (I am usually used the Microsoft Office to create a screen shot at Windows Environment)

3) Some say that I am able to do the "screen shot" in Linux Environment if I install the Open Office

4) My Questions: How can I know that the above linux machine had the Open Office been enabled?

5) Thank you

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Hi Wesley_Chen,

1) I execute or run " rpm -qa| grep -i openoffice " (By doing this, I ENABLE the openoffice or it has been enabled automatically by itself when I install the Centos 5???)

2) It appears the followings:

Openoffice.org-core-2.3.0-6.10.el5
Openoffice.org-graphicfilter-2.3.0-6.10.el5
Openoffice.org-writer-2.3.0-6.10.el5
Openoffice.org-impress-2.3.0-6.10.el5
Openoffice.org-calc-2.3.0-6.10.el5
Openoffice.org-draw-2.3.0-6.10.el5
Openoffice.org-xsltfilter-2.3.0-6.10.el5
Openoffice.org-math-2.3.0-6.10.el5

3) My questions:
- It seems that I have the Openoffice, isn't it? (Please confirm)
- If yes, How could I use this OpenOffice? (Please provide me a little bit of steps)

4) Thanks
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