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Re: [vox-tech] sick idea: openoffice macros
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Re: [vox-tech] sick idea: openoffice macros



On Wed 15 Oct 03, 10:12 PM, Henry House <hajhouse@houseag.com> said:
> På onsdag, 15 oktober 2003, skrev p@dirac.org:
> > hi all,
> > 
> > i did a google for this and didn't find anything relevent, but maybe
> > some vim users who know more about openoffice would like this idea.
> > 
> > i hate using the mouse and love vim's fast editing keystrokes.  has
> > anybody heard of, or knows how to, implement keyboard macros for
> > openoffice that would let me use openoffice with vim keystrokes?
> 
> Very groovy idea.
> 
> Did you know that Abiword has a vi mode? It is undocumented but does work,
> more or less. If there is interest, I will post instructions.
 
heh.  sure i'm interested.  might even make me switch over from open
office.  go ahead and post it!

pete



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