Open Save and Print Documents in OpenOffice 4 on a MacBook Air

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Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, I'm going to show you how to open, save, and print a document in OpenOffice 4, when using a Macbook Air.

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Steps

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    The first thing we need to do is open the program.
    To do that, we can select it from the dock if we have already put it in the dock.
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    The other option is to press F4 which brings up the launchpad.
    We can either press F4 or we can press the launchpad icon in the dock. Now we've brought up the launchpad and we can open OpenOffice 4.
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    Select Text Document.
    If we want to open a text document using a hotkey command, we can press Command + O simultaneously to open a file that we have already saved previously.
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    Now we have our new document, I'm going to write a title "How To".
    If we want to save this, we can go up to File and select Save As.
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    We can also click on the disk symbol.
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    We can also use another keyboard shortcut and press Command + S.
    This will save it automatically, but the box we have here is Save As and we can press Command + Shift + S to bring up the Save As box. Now we can choose a title, "VisiHow", and save that. That will save the document.
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    If we have finished this document and we want to print it, we can do that by clicking on File, then clicking the Print button at the bottom.
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    We can also click on the printer symbol above the document.
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    We can also use Command + P.
    This will bring up the print section and now we can choose to print it.
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    This has been a video on how to open, save and print a document in OpenOffice 4 when using a Macbook Air.
    If you have any questions related to this video or would like to know more, you can comment in the section below. Thank you for choosing VisiHow. Goodbye.
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