# # Book Reviews-Star Office 5 for Linux
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Star Office 5 for Linux, Nicholas D. Wells, R. Dean Taylor

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© August 1999 Tony Lawrence
August 1999

Amazon Order (or just read more about) Star Office 5 for Linux

Star Office is starting to become very popular. While most of us would probably pick it up just by hacking around with it, this book could be useful for those who want or need a more structured approach.

Although the title of this references Linux, Star Office also runs on Windows and this would be just as useful there.


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