Finally I discovered a bunch of books about OpenOffice. org, the open source alternative to Microsoft Office that covering the current version (2.0):
- Getting Started with OpenOffice.org 2.0, by the OOoAuthors.org a group of volunteer documentation writers.
- Sams Teach Yourself OpenOffice.org 2, Firefox and Thunderbird for Windows All in One by Greg Perry is the book for those that want to convert wholesale to open source products.
- OpenOffice.org 2.x Resource Kit by Solveig Haugland and Floyd Jones. this book is scheduled for publishing on June 24. 2006. Solveig Haugland has also blog about her work with OpenOffice.org worth reading.
- Point & Click OpenOffice.org by Robin Miller.
- The Tiny Guide to OpenOffice.org by Benjamin Horst, a member of the OpenOffice.org Marketing Project
- A Conceptual Guide to OpenOffice.org 2.0 by R. Gabriel Gurley.
- OpenOffice 2 by Mike Weber, published by spidertools.com focuses on Linux users.