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reply Jesse Phillips <jessekphillips gmail.com> writes:
So I thought that I would find having an index in the back of the "Learn 
to Tango with D" book so I made myself one. In any case I thought I would 
let everyone else have access to it. I don't have easy access to MS Word 
so it is only in Open Document format. The pages are also out of order :) 
3,1,2 and it will need the pages to be trimmed to fit into the book, but 
it is still usable.

http://files.openomy.com/public/nascent/TangoIndex.odt
Apr 14 2008
next sibling parent reply torhu <no spam.invalid> writes:
Jesse Phillips wrote:
 So I thought that I would find having an index in the back of the "Learn 
 to Tango with D" book so I made myself one. In any case I thought I would 
 let everyone else have access to it. I don't have easy access to MS Word 
 so it is only in Open Document format. The pages are also out of order :) 
 3,1,2 and it will need the pages to be trimmed to fit into the book, but 
 it is still usable.
 
 http://files.openomy.com/public/nascent/TangoIndex.odt

Can Open Office export to RTF? That's a lot more commonly supported than ODT.
Apr 15 2008
next sibling parent Derek Parnell <derek psych.ward> writes:
On Tue, 15 Apr 2008 14:32:36 +0200, torhu wrote:

 Jesse Phillips wrote:
 So I thought that I would find having an index in the back of the "Learn 
 to Tango with D" book so I made myself one. In any case I thought I would 
 let everyone else have access to it. I don't have easy access to MS Word 
 so it is only in Open Document format. The pages are also out of order :) 
 3,1,2 and it will need the pages to be trimmed to fit into the book, but 
 it is still usable.
 
 http://files.openomy.com/public/nascent/TangoIndex.odt

Can Open Office export to RTF? That's a lot more commonly supported than ODT.

OO 2.4 can save as RTF -- Derek Parnell Melbourne, Australia skype: derek.j.parnell
Apr 15 2008
prev sibling next sibling parent Jesse Phillips <jessekphillips gmail.com> writes:
On Tue, 15 Apr 2008 14:32:36 +0200, torhu wrote:

 Jesse Phillips wrote:
 So I thought that I would find having an index in the back of the
 "Learn to Tango with D" book so I made myself one. In any case I
 thought I would let everyone else have access to it. I don't have easy
 access to MS Word so it is only in Open Document format. The pages are
 also out of order :) 3,1,2 and it will need the pages to be trimmed to
 fit into the book, but it is still usable.
 
 http://files.openomy.com/public/nascent/TangoIndex.odt

Can Open Office export to RTF? That's a lot more commonly supported than ODT.

I was using frames to provide a 3 column list view which I didn't think would work well anywhere but in an OpenDocument. Anyway, I've removed them and it is now just a long list stored in rtf. Openomy seems to be down so I'm going to store it on senduit for a week. http://senduit.com/dae214 // RTF http://senduit.com/9e0824 // ODT
Apr 15 2008
prev sibling parent Jesse Phillips <jessekphillips gmail.com> writes:
On Tue, 15 Apr 2008 15:03:08 +0000, Jesse Phillips wrote:

 On Tue, 15 Apr 2008 14:32:36 +0200, torhu wrote:
 
 Jesse Phillips wrote:
 So I thought that I would find having an index in the back of the
 "Learn to Tango with D" book so I made myself one. In any case I
 thought I would let everyone else have access to it. I don't have easy
 access to MS Word so it is only in Open Document format. The pages are
 also out of order :) 3,1,2 and it will need the pages to be trimmed to
 fit into the book, but it is still usable.
 
 http://files.openomy.com/public/nascent/TangoIndex.odt

Can Open Office export to RTF? That's a lot more commonly supported than ODT.

I was using frames to provide a 3 column list view which I didn't think would work well anywhere but in an OpenDocument. Anyway, I've removed them and it is now just a long list stored in rtf. Openomy seems to be down so I'm going to store it on senduit for a week. http://senduit.com/dae214 // RTF http://senduit.com/9e0824 // ODT

Wrong one for the ODT, http://senduit.com/fad16e
Apr 15 2008
prev sibling next sibling parent reply Lars Ivar Igesund <larsivar igesund.net> writes:
Jesse Phillips Wrote:

 So I thought that I would find having an index in the back of the "Learn 
 to Tango with D" book so I made myself one. In any case I thought I would 
 let everyone else have access to it. I don't have easy access to MS Word 
 so it is only in Open Document format. The pages are also out of order :) 
 3,1,2 and it will need the pages to be trimmed to fit into the book, but 
 it is still usable.
 
 http://files.openomy.com/public/nascent/TangoIndex.odt

Nice Jesse :) Do you mind if we put this up at dsource and link it from the book page? Lars Ivar
Apr 16 2008
next sibling parent Jesse Phillips <jessekphillips gmail.com> writes:
On Wed, 16 Apr 2008 03:15:46 -0400, Lars Ivar Igesund wrote:

 Jesse Phillips Wrote:
 
 So I thought that I would find having an index in the back of the
 "Learn to Tango with D" book so I made myself one. In any case I
 thought I would let everyone else have access to it. I don't have easy
 access to MS Word so it is only in Open Document format. The pages are
 also out of order :) 3,1,2 and it will need the pages to be trimmed to
 fit into the book, but it is still usable.
 
 http://files.openomy.com/public/nascent/TangoIndex.odt

Nice Jesse :) Do you mind if we put this up at dsource and link it from the book page? Lars Ivar

No, not at all. The download from openomy still works, but I can't get the rtf on there yet.
Apr 16 2008
prev sibling parent Jesse Phillips <jessekphillips gmail.com> writes:
On Wed, 16 Apr 2008 15:17:20 +0000, Jesse Phillips wrote:

 On Wed, 16 Apr 2008 03:15:46 -0400, Lars Ivar Igesund wrote:
 
 Jesse Phillips Wrote:
 
 So I thought that I would find having an index in the back of the
 "Learn to Tango with D" book so I made myself one. In any case I
 thought I would let everyone else have access to it. I don't have easy
 access to MS Word so it is only in Open Document format. The pages are
 also out of order :) 3,1,2 and it will need the pages to be trimmed to
 fit into the book, but it is still usable.
 
 http://files.openomy.com/public/nascent/TangoIndex.odt

Nice Jesse :) Do you mind if we put this up at dsource and link it from the book page? Lars Ivar

No, not at all. The download from openomy still works, but I can't get the rtf on there yet.

here is the rtf on openomy http://files.openomy.com/public/nascent/TangoIndex.rtf
Apr 16 2008
prev sibling parent Lars Ivar Igesund <larsivar igesund.net> writes:
Jesse Phillips wrote:

 So I thought that I would find having an index in the back of the "Learn
 to Tango with D" book so I made myself one. In any case I thought I would
 let everyone else have access to it. I don't have easy access to MS Word
 so it is only in Open Document format. The pages are also out of order :)
 3,1,2 and it will need the pages to be trimmed to fit into the book, but
 it is still usable.
 
 http://files.openomy.com/public/nascent/TangoIndex.odt

They (including a PDF) are now available from here: http://www.dsource.org/projects/tango/wiki/LearnToTangoWithD#DownloadIndex -- Lars Ivar Igesund blog at http://larsivi.net DSource, #d.tango & #D: larsivi Dancing the Tango
Apr 19 2008