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Inserting a Plug-In

Plug-ins extend the options available to applications. Perhaps you have downloaded a plug-in for a particular application from the Web that allows you to import certain types of files into your applications. For example, you might have found a plug-in that will allow a reader of your documents to time how long they have a document open; you can insert this directly into your document.

Plug-ins, for the most part, are used on Web pages, and you can insert plug-ins on a Calc spreadsheet that has been saved in the HTML format and made part of a Web page (for more about Calc and the Web, see Chapter 13, “Inserting Calc Data in Documents and Web Pages”).


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