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

Edited by Thor, Crystal, Eng

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.

Steps

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    The first thing we need to do is open the program
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    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
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    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
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    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"
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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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Video: Open Save and Print Documents in OpenOffice 4 on a Macbook Air

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