By now you probably know that OpenOffice is the best cloud suite for creating Word, Excel, PowerPoint and many other files, but what about other software?
You can’t just open up your file manager, OpenOffice, and hit “Create new” and have everything automatically created for you, but you can add some text, icons and even a PDF viewer.
There are also many other options for adding additional functionality to the application.
One way to do this is to create an open source software package, like the OneDrive or Dropbox software.
These packages have been around for some time, but this is the first time we are going to get the chance to show you how to build an application using them.
We are going use the OpenOffice package, as we have been using the FreeOffice package before, but the idea behind this article is the same: to create a simple text file viewer in the OpenSource software world, so you can start adding functionality to your existing application.
We’ll be using the Microsoft Office suite as a template.
OpenOffice OneDrive A good first step to get started with OpenSource packages is to check out the official OpenOffice software for Windows, Linux, MacOS X, and iOS.
The package is available as a Windows installer for free and the package for MacOS and iOS is free.
Open Office OneDrive has an extensive list of features and the software is well-supported, so it is very easy to get up and running.
One of the most basic features of OneDrive is its built-in PDF viewer, which is great for adding text to documents.
We can add a little text to a PDF document with the “PDF Text” tool, and it automatically adds it to the document.
Open the document, then select “Create PDF Document” from the “Edit” menu.
Next, open the “Pdf Document” menu, then click “Add”.
A window should open with the name of the file you want to add.
In this case, the name is “pdf”.
When you click “OK”, the file will be created in the folder where you put the document in, which you can easily access from anywhere on the web.
We will be using “pdf” as our template, so in the next section we will create a document viewer using the same file name.
The template should be in a folder called “doc”, and the first thing we need to do is create the “foldername” and “foldable” properties of the new file.
The new file should have a name like “doc1.pdf”, then add a “folder” property to it.
In our example, we will use the word “doc”.
Open the “doc” folder in your OneDrive, click on the folder and click “File”.
Click on “Open Folder” and select “doc.html”.
Now open the file, and click on “Create Folder”.
In the “Create Document” window, click “Folder”.
Now you can select the file from the list and drag and drop it into the folder you just created.
Now the new document is added to your Onedrive and can be opened.
We have already created a file viewer with the Onedrive template, but we will need to add more functionality to it in order to be able to view files in the OneNote cloud.
We just need to rename the file to something more convenient, so open “doc2.doc”, then click on it and drag the file into the new “doc folder”.
In this new folder, we have added a “fopen” property, which allows us to open files in OpenOffice.
In order to open the new documents, we just need a new “open” attribute to be added to the file.
We need a “text”, “icons”, and “images” property as well.
To add these, we need the new OpenOffice template.
We also need to modify the “foldername” and the “name” of the template, and replace them with the names of the files we want to open.
The OpenOffice project site has a list of all of the templates available in the software, and this is where we will be adding the new files to.
Open Source Software For our example project, we are adding the “text” and icon properties to our text file.
First, open your OneNote template, click the “File” button and select the “OneNote” template from the dropdown menu.
In the template window, find the “Text” tab, then “Text Icon” and then “Icon”.
Next, select the text property from the text field and hit the “Save” button.
We now have a text file with text added to it, and a new file is added with an icon added to each of the text elements.
The “Text Image” property on the text element adds an image to each