theveech at gmail.com
Tue Mar 20 09:29:18 GMT 2007
On Mon, 2007-03-19 at 21:57 +0000, Alan Pope wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-03-19 at 19:13 +0000, Freddie Ruddick wrote:
> > On 19/03/07, Robin Menneer <robinmenneer at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Tried to use the gconf.editor but got a 'comnand not fournd' response.
> > The command is gconf-editor, not gconf.editor. The easiest way to open
> > it is to go Applications Menu -> System Tools -> Configuration Editor
> If I know the name of a command (as you do in this case) I find it
> easier to to ALT+F2, to bring up a "run command" dialog box. Once you
> enter the command you want to run and click ok, it remembers that
> command so that next time you can press ALT+F2 and then just tap the
> down arrow until you get to the command you want to run. Nice and quick.
And there's also the option to edit the menus by right-clicking on the
ubuntu menu icon and choosing 'Edit Menus'.
Two things that might be worth enabling:
Graphics > OpenOffice.org Drawing
Office > OpenOffice.org From Template
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