Whether you're just starting out or have a lot of experience under your belt, this thorough guide will show you how to create your own macros, understand their structures, evaluate OpenOffice objects, and more.
Looking to get started with your first OpenOffice.org macro? Or perhaps you have written a few macros, and are now looking for ideas and sample code to help you accomplish specific tasks with OpenOffice.org? Or are you an expert macro writer but need a detailed reference to the OpenOffice.org macro internals? Then this is the book for you.
Andrew Pitonyak, the well-known OpenOffice.org forums ‘macro guy,’ has written the definitive reference for OpenOffice.org macros. OpenOffice.org Macros Explained starts with a basic explanation of OOo macros, then provides a graduated tutorial for learning the macro ropes, and then delves deep into how the commands, functions, and object model of OpenOffice.org macros really work in day-to-day practice.
Whether you’re just starting out or have a lot of experience under your belt, this book has the detailed information about macros that will save you time and get you headed in the right direction immediately.
About the Author
Author Andrew Pitonyak is a Lead Software Engineer for Qwest Communications International Inc. He has been using OpenOffice.org since it was StarOffice 5 and he is the author of "Andrew's Macro Document). He has a Master of Science degree in computer science and another in mathematics.