__/ [ Larry Qualig ] on Monday 27 February 2006 00:09 \__
> rapskat wrote:
>> On Sun, 26 Feb 2006 14:33:02 -0800, Larry Qualig wrote:
>> > http://www.worldlabel.com/Pages/openoffice-templates.htm
>> > It has a bunch of OpenOffice templates. It's not like specialized label
>> > making software but it gets the job done and it's a lot easier than
>> > rebooting to print some labels.
> -> And then there's glabels which is pretty damned good as well.
> Thanks... I'm checking them out right now.
I personally try to avoid OpenOffice whenever possible. Any such applica-
tion (Microsoft Office included) is heavy, cumbersome and difficult to ed-
it when you use more minimalist devices like a PDA or Web-based access
(e.g. Telnet). For that reason, I religiously stick to LaTeX, and to sim-
plify matters, you can use Kile or LyX, which are user-friendly front-ends
that come in your SuSE CD's.
Like you, Larry, I am very organised, but I never rely on packages to or-
ganise my data. There is not even a single piece of paper on my desk.
Everything is files electronically, in open formats. It makes things more
Best wishes and happly labelling,