I have downloaded a file with the SXC (Sun Xml Calc (OpenOffice.org
spreadsheet document)) extension.
The install instructions at http://www.richhillsoftware.com/blog/archives/2005/06/xnumbers_011_no.html
do not look right for Linux. My OpenOffice v 2 does not have the same
Has anyone had success installing this on a Linux system?
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