On Fri, Feb 13, 2004 at 10:39:22AM +0000, Niall O Broin wrote:
> It's not arbitrary - it's based on research into what people use most. But
> any current word processor allows you to customise the toolbar contents -
> did your ECDL course not cover that ? :-)
It was bad enough that I had to sit the things, I never bothered with
the course. Though in retrospect I somewhat regret this, I wouldn't mind
knowing how to use Excel - because it turns out I have to use it every
now and then, but at the time my job comprised of looking after two
Digital Unix boxes running Oracle and had better things to worry about
> >Have to say an OpenOffice/Abiword/whatever version really wouldn't help
> >all too much. An ECDL cirriculum which assumes tools like nroff, fmt
> >and wc - that's what we need.
>> Don't hold your breath. I'm still waiting for confirmation that the OO
> courseware really exists in more than a mockup for a book cover.
Propose an OpenOffice course in Irish, and watching funding come out of
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