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April Fools' Jokes

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Say April Fools' with five OpenOffice.org pranks. Open source has a sense of humor too!

Pick someone who isn't your boss, and it's best not to pick anyone under pressure such as that of a tight schedule on a big project.

AutoInCorrect

Exploit the AutoCorrect feature to mess with your unsuspecting coworkers. It just takes a few minutes on the victim's computer:

1. Start OpenOffice.org Writer.
2. Click Tools - AutoCorrect.
3. In the Replace field type a common word spelled correctly.
4. In the With field write a subtle typo or obvious blooper.

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