Creating an OpenOffice.org Extension

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Dmitri shows how to create an OpenOffice.org extension from scratch and introduces a useful extension packaging tool.

So, you’ve written a nifty OpenOffice.org macro and want to share it with the world. You can, of course, publish the code on your blog or email it to your colleagues. But if you want to make it easier for people to install and use your macro, the best way is to turn it into an OpenOffice.org extension.

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