Head, John; Bell, Alan: BP204 Integration of OpenOffice and IBM Lotus Notes and Domino

With the 2.0 release of the OpenOffice.org productivity suite of software, there is finally a viable alternative to Microsoft Office. We will discover the ways to integrate OpenOffice.org without needing hard-core Java skills. The session will explain UNO (Universal Network Objects) and how we work...

THEMES: Lotus\...\Presentations ... | Head, John | Bell, Alan
YEAR: 2007
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LABEL: Lotusphere
ORGANIZATIONS: Dominux Consulting Ltd | IBM | PSC Group, LLC
PEOPLE: Bell, Alan | Head, John
PLACES: Orlando
TIME: 2007
 

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BP204 Integration of OpenOffice and IBM Lotus Notes and Domino
John Head; Alan Bell / 24.01.2007 19:30:00

With the 2.0 release of the OpenOffice.org productivity suite of software, there is finally a viable alternative to Microsoft Office. We will discover the ways to integrate OpenOffice.org without needing hard-core Java skills. The session will explain UNO (Universal Network Objects) and how we work with them. Demos will include basic data passing, Mail Merge, Charting, and building a presentation file. The Open Document (OpenDoc) format will also be discussed. How this open-standard document format will impact Lotus Notes applications will be demonstrated. This session will also take a look at the IBM Productivity Editors that will come FREE with Lotus Notes 8. We will look at what development options will be available and features offered.

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