Here are some interesting links that I've found that are in relation to the OOo project. They're not a help guide, but more of interesting projects that have formed thanks to OOo being so open.
- OOo Help Outline - Diane Mackay has done a great job collecting links
- How to use OpenOffice.org Draw to author RDF
- mdbtools - unlock MS Access Data
- cuckOOo - KDE "viewer" for OOo files
- Creating flatfile databases with OpenOffice.org and StarOffice 6 - setting up a Contacts database that will work with OOo.
- A request for an essential OpenOffice.org feature - its really meant for word counts. Impressive, they will pay!
- OpenOffice.org in the UK
- Workers' Compensation Interactive Forms and Database Applications - In OpenOffice.org and StarOffice formats.
- OpenOffice.org tshirts and more - for adults, baby, housewares (mugs, coasters, clock, lunchbox), hats, auto goods, cards, bags, and more.
- OOo framework - standard icons, gnome2/kde3 integration, window integration, config options, add-on's, great for "programmers" site.
- OpenOffice.org Starter's Guide - Go Daniel Carrera, as this is a great resource, as the documentation project iself is in limbo.
- OpenOffice.org XML Essentials - Using OpenOffice.org's XML Data Format, a book for O'Reilley, but also available online under the Creative Commons license.
- XMerge - stuff for getting mobile document creation sorted.
- OOO Converter (previously at http://oooconv.free.fr) - online, and does conversion to many formats (incl. PDF, HTML, RTF, XHTML, Word, Excel, Flash, and several image formats like TIFF, JPG, etc.) The mirror is of much higher bandwidth, so use the latter.
- OOoMacros - Repository for macros/add-ins for OOo.
- extendedPDF - OOo Macro for extended PDF features.
- OOoExtract - this searches and extracts data from OpenOffice.org files by using regular expressions. Release notes exist.
- SCAI Migration Analysis Suite - migrate from MS file formats to StarOffice/OpenOffice.org. Prices start at €5.
- OpenOffice.org Perl Library - create OOo files (Calc/Writer) from the command line. It uses XSLT transforms, and its kind of cool (though a tool that does it the other way around would be bettter).