Note: As info – – this video plays fine using Chrome/Chromium, but perhaps not so well using Firefox. I think Opera should work also as it’s based on Chromium.
One of the most useful software programs available . . is LibreOffice.
It runs on most major Operating Systems (Windows, MacOS, Linux/Ubuntu and Linux/Android).
Its range of capabilities is extensive. And it’s designed to be used freely and without hacking a proprietary license. (e.g., “guiltfree ware”).
But, because it may not be the suite you “grew up” with on your PC Journey, the specific steps to accomplish certain tasks . . may be different than MS-Office.
So hopefully, this is the first of many posts illustrating some of the features of LibreOffice . . this post covers how to create & print custom envelopes. Hope you learn and enjoy!
note: the video author prepared this using OpenOffice versus LibreOffice, but the screens and functionalities are identical.
More below about the ABC’s of LibreOffice. Simple and short video:
And Lastly but not Leastly . . . here is a more detailed but still “introductory-level” video about LibreOffice by a very well respected and intelligent author:
Per request . . . here is the link to obtain CherryTree for Windows and Linux. Note for our System76 users – – please use the .deb file for Ubuntu.
CherryTree Installer Files
More detail here: note – CherryTree data can be displayed on Android Phones and Tablets via a standard Text editor (see link below)
To add more color and light topics in our website, I’ve added an “Off-Topic” category. This provides a way for our club members to add their own favorite web-sites about topics of interest (light & interesting & informative).
Our basic posting standards still apply (if you think there is a remote possibility of offending – – don’t post).
Good video and apps listing . . good but YMMV depending on your needs:
note: for the security minded . . . no anti virus or malware-bytes apps on the list . . . . just not needed . . . . for the 25th year in a row!
Within the past 4-5 years, HP has not run a tight-ship on controlling what occurs on their hardware. I could post several but for now, here is one example: