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Is it possible to install only wanted modules ?

Hi,

Is it possible to make a custom install for Portable OO ?

I don't need all OO applis but I can't select only Word for installation

How can I select only what I need ?

thx

John T. Haller
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This has been addressed multiple times. The answer again is: No. OpenOffice.org is ONE big program that does multiple things. Leaving out all the apps but Write hardly saves any space at all. Try installing a local copy of OO.o with all the apps and with only Write to get a feel for it.

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I think that a list of FAQ's

I think that a list of FAQ's would be a very good idea to sticky at the top of each forum.

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Ditto.

That should help with the people who can't seem to find the search box in the upper right corner.

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Bad....

Bad word to use, ditto. The others will explain why...

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Oh No!

Not "the others"...Do they live on the other side of the island?

Most support forums have a sticky FAQ section. That would be good.

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Yeah..

Each support forum. That would make sense.

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