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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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I plan to rewrite it for Google Office :)
  
 
= 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 11:12, 3 November 2019

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.

I plan to rewrite it for Google Office :)

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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