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{{DISPLAYTITLE:Vocabulary Trainer}}
 
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vok is a vocabulary trainer that allows you to use synonyms, to ignore or respect CapiTaliZation and trains vocabularies in a random order. It is written in OpenOffice Macros, so the basic storing functionality is done by OpenOffice.
 
vok is a vocabulary trainer that allows you to use synonyms, to ignore or respect CapiTaliZation and trains vocabularies in a random order. It is written in OpenOffice Macros, so the basic storing functionality is done by OpenOffice.
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The Google Office version (based on Google AppScript) is called [[voctrain]].
  
 
= Screenshots =
 
= Screenshots =
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This is a vok training question:
 
This is a vok training question:
  
[[Image: snapshot-vok-training.png]]
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<pic src=http://www.staerk.de/thorsten/images/e/ea/Snapshot-vok-training.png width=30% align=auto />
  
 
= How to run it =
 
= How to run it =
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= Download =
 
= Download =
 
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* [http://www.staerk.de/vok-1.2.sxc Download vok for OpenOffice (mature)]
* [http://www.staerk.de/vokabeltrainer/vok-1.2.sxc Download vok for OpenOffice (mature)]
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* [http://www.staerk.de/vokabeltrainer/vocabulary.zip Download vok for Excel (experimental)]
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* [http://www.staerk.de/vokabeltrainer/vok.zip Download the stand-alone Java version (experimental)]
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= Feedback =
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'''Any question/idea?'''<br />Be sure to include your e-mail-address.
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<html>
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<form action="http://www.linuxintro.org/feedback.php">
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<textarea name=feedbacktext cols="30" rows="5">
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</textarea>
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<button>submit</button>
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</form>
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</html>
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Latest revision as of 09:46, 3 May 2020

vok is a vocabulary trainer that allows you to use synonyms, to ignore or respect CapiTaliZation and trains vocabularies in a random order. It is written in OpenOffice Macros, so the basic storing functionality is done by OpenOffice.

The Google Office version (based on Google AppScript) is called voctrain.

Screenshots

This is how you input your vocabularies:

This is a vok training question:

How to run it

To run vok, enable Macros in OpenOffice's security options.

  • Click on Tools|Options:

Snapshot-ooffice-options.png

  • Choose Security|Macro Security:

Snapshot-ooffice-macro-security.png

  • Choose Medium Security:

Snapshot-ooffice-macro-security-medium.png

  • Quit OpenOffice
  • Load vok again, click "Enable Macros"

Snapshot-ooffice-enable-macros.png

  • To edit vocabularies, change to the tab "vocabularies"

Snapshot-vok-list.png

  • To start training, change to the tab "Start" and click on "Start":

Snapshot-start-training.png

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