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2014-09-26 02:41:22 +0200 commented answer Mac user, downloaded it, put in applications, now what do I do?

Thanks. Later question (suggestion, really) explains. Techie users and developers don't understand that things may need to be very explicit. Don't assume anybody knows anything. That green-header thing is relying on an arrow to say "Drag this" (arrow) "To this". Why not just say that?

2014-09-26 02:35:54 +0200 asked a question Documentation is unclear

1) You need to be a lot more explicit for Mac users. When I double clicked on what downloaded, I got a box with a green header and two icons with an arrow in between. To me, this meant drag what had downloaded into the Applications folder, which I did, then hd to do a screen-sharing session with Applecare to learn what everybody else apparently knows: That is a functional window, not just instructions to do something somewhere else.
2) The GETTING STARTED manual needs revision: p. 20 "On computers operating Mac OS X, only a menu entry for LibreOffice is added to the Applications menu." This confused even the Applecare rep. It's not a "menu," it's a folder. Searching Mac "HELP" for a menu gets you nothing. 3) How am I supposed to know what these tags mean? How about a tag "NewbieSuggests"

2014-09-26 00:42:39 +0200 asked a question How do I open a blank "word" document or "excel" database?

Is there some "getting started" tutorial on how to use this? Can't find anything at this website or googling. Heard great things about this, use Office constantly & hate it, but now I'm just looking at a bunch of folders with obscure names. Help!!

2014-09-26 00:38:54 +0200 asked a question Mac user, downloaded it, put in applications, now what do I do?

How do I even get this question up on the board?!?!?!