Translations by Joel Goguen

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The three menus at the top left of the screen &mdash;<guimenu>Applications</guimenu>, <guimenu>Places</guimenu>, and <guimenu>System</guimenu>&mdash; contain most of the same things as the Start menu in Windows.
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The three menus at the top left of the screen &mdash;<guimenu>Applications</guimenu>, <guimenu>Places</guimenu>, and <guimenu>System</guimenu>&mdash; contain most of the same things as the Start menu in Windows.
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Open <menuchoice><guimenu>System</guimenu><guimenuitem>Administration</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Printing</guimenuitem></menuchoice> to set up printers. Ubuntu does not support faxing.
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Open <menuchoice><guimenu>System</guimenu><guimenuitem>Administration</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Printing</guimenuitem></menuchoice> to set up printers. Ubuntu does not support faxing.
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Find and select the file which you originally exported from <application>Internet Explorer</application> (see <xref linkend="preparing-bookmarks"/>) and press <guibutton>OK</guibutton>.
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Find and select the file which you originally exported from <application>Internet Explorer</application> (see <xref linkend="preparing-bookmarks"/>) and press <guibutton>OK</guibutton>.
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Choose a location in which to save the contacts, such as <menuchoice><guimenuitem>On This Computer</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Personal</guimenuitem></menuchoice>.Press <guibutton>Forward</guibutton>.
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Choose a location in which to save the contacts, such as <menuchoice><guimenuitem>On This Computer</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Personal</guimenuitem></menuchoice>.Press <guibutton>Forward</guibutton>.
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Press <guibutton>Browse...</guibutton>, locate the file which you saved your calendar into and select it. Press <guibutton>Open</guibutton>.
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Press <guibutton>Browse...</guibutton>, locate the file which you saved your calendar into and select it. Press <guibutton>Open</guibutton>.
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Press <guibutton>Browse...</guibutton>, locate the file which you saved your address book into and select it. Press <guibutton>Open</guibutton>.
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Press <guibutton>Browse...</guibutton>, locate the file which you saved your address book into and select it. Press <guibutton>Open</guibutton>.
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Open the folder <filename>Local Folders</filename> and look for files with names such as <filename>Inbox</filename>. Select a file and press <guibutton>Open</guibutton>. If you have many email messages, you may have to wait a while for the file to be checked before you can continue.
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Open the folder <filename>Local Folders</filename> and look for files with names such as <filename>Inbox</filename>. Select a file and press <guibutton>Open</guibutton>. If you have many email messages, you may have to wait a while for the file to be checked before you can continue.
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Select the location you would like to copy the saved emails into by pressing the button labelled <guilabel>Destination folder</guilabel>. By default this will be the <filename>Inbox</filename> folder, which is the recommended destination for your emails. Then, press <guibutton>Forward</guibutton>.
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Select the location you would like to copy the saved emails into by pressing the button labelled <guilabel>Destination folder</guilabel>. By default this will be the <filename>Inbox</filename> folder, which is the recommended destination for your emails. Then, press <guibutton>Forward</guibutton>.
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Press <guibutton>Browse...</guibutton>, locate the folder which you saved your emails into and open it.
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Press <guibutton>Browse...</guibutton>, locate the folder which you saved your emails into and open it.
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From <guilabel>Import source</guilabel> select the option <guilabel>Select Folder</guilabel>. Select the <filename>Photos</filename> folder in your Home folder by clicking it once.
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From <guilabel>Import source</guilabel> select the option <guilabel>Select Folder</guilabel>. Select the <filename>Photos</filename> folder in your Home folder by clicking it once.
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To prevent two copies of your photos from being stored, un-check the <guilabel>Copy file to the Photos folder</guilabel>.
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To prevent two copies of your photos from being stored, un-check the <guilabel>Copy file to the Photos folder</guilabel>.
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The <application>Import</application> screen should be shown. If it is not, press <menuchoice><guimenuitem>File</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Import...</guimenuitem></menuchoice> to show it.
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The <application>Import</application> screen should be shown. If it is not, press <menuchoice><guimenuitem>File</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Import...</guimenuitem></menuchoice> to show it.
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Open your Home folder and create a new folder called <emphasis>Photos</emphasis>. You can do this by pressing <menuchoice><guimenuitem>File</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Create Folder</guimenuitem></menuchoice>.
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Open your Home folder and create a new folder called <emphasis>Photos</emphasis>. You can do this by pressing <menuchoice><guimenuitem>File</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Create Folder</guimenuitem></menuchoice>.
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Open your Home folder and create a new folder called <emphasis>Music</emphasis>. You can do this by pressing <menuchoice><guimenuitem>File</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Create Folder</guimenuitem></menuchoice>.
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Open your Home folder and create a new folder called <emphasis>Music</emphasis>. You can do this by pressing <menuchoice><guimenuitem>File</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Create Folder</guimenuitem></menuchoice>.
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Select the folder from which you want to export your favorites. Selecting the <guilabel>Favorites</guilabel> folder will will export all of them. Press <guibutton>Next</guibutton>.
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Select the folder from which you want to export your favourites. Selecting the <guilabel>Favourites</guilabel> folder will will export all of them. Press <guibutton>Next</guibutton>.
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Insert the disc into the disc drive of your computer. After a short while, a disc icon should appear on your <filename>desktop</filename>.
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Insert the disc into the disc drive of your computer. After a short while, a disc icon should appear on your <filename>desktop</filename>.
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To access your Home folder, press <menuchoice><guimenu>Places</guimenu><guimenuitem>Home Folder</guimenuitem></menuchoice>. You can create new folders inside your Home folder by pressing <menuchoice><guimenuitem>File</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Create Folder</guimenuitem></menuchoice>. You may find it useful to create folders for different types of files, such as music and photos. This will help to keep things organized and you will be able to find your files more quickly and easily if they are categorized in this manner.
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To access your Home folder, press <menuchoice><guimenu>Places</guimenu><guimenuitem>Home Folder</guimenuitem></menuchoice>. You can create new folders inside your Home folder by pressing <menuchoice><guimenuitem>File</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Create Folder</guimenuitem></menuchoice>. You may find it useful to create folders for different types of files, such as music and photos. This will help to keep things organized and you will be able to find your files more quickly and easily if they are categorized in this manner.
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Removable storage devices such as external hard disks will have a certain type of <emphasis>file system</emphasis>. For use on removable devices, the best supported filesystem for Ubuntu is <emphasis>FAT</emphasis> (also called <emphasis>FAT32</emphasis> or <emphasis>vfat</emphasis>). While other file systems (such as NTFS and HFS+) are usable, they may require additional steps to allow you to use them with Ubuntu. If possible, try to use the FAT format for your removable disk.
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Removable storage devices such as external hard disks will have a certain type of <emphasis>file system</emphasis>. For use on removable devices, the best supported filesystem for Ubuntu is <emphasis>FAT</emphasis> (also called <emphasis>FAT32</emphasis> or <emphasis>vfat</emphasis>). While other file systems (such as NTFS and HFS+) are usable, they may require additional steps to allow you to use them with Ubuntu. If possible, try to use the FAT format for your removable disk.
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In this folder, locate a folder named <filename>Mail</filename> or <filename>ImapMail</filename>. Select this folder and copy it to a safe location.
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In this folder, locate a folder named <filename>Mail</filename> or <filename>ImapMail</filename>. Select this folder and copy it to a safe location.
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A folder will open. Find the file you just selected. If you have difficultly finding the file, it should be of type <emphasis>Office Data File</emphasis> or have the file extension <filename>.pst</filename>.
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A folder will open. Find the file you just selected. If you have difficultly finding the file, it should be of type <emphasis>Office Data File</emphasis> or have the file extension <filename>.pst</filename>.
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These instructions are intended for users of <application>Microsoft Outlook Express 6</application>. If you are a user of a different version of <application>Outlook Express</application>, you may find instructions specific to that version from the Ubuntu <ulink url="https://help.ubuntu.com/community">Ubuntu community support website</ulink>.
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These instructions are intended for users of <application>Microsoft Outlook Express 6</application>. If you are a user of a different version of <application>Outlook Express</application>, you may find instructions specific to that version from the Ubuntu <ulink url="https://help.ubuntu.com/community">Ubuntu community support website</ulink>.
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Select the folder from which you want to export your favorites. Selecting the <guilabel>Favorites</guilabel> folder will will export all of them. Press <guibutton>Next</guibutton>.
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Select the folder from which you want to export your favorites. Selecting the <guilabel>Favorites</guilabel> folder will will export all of them. Press <guibutton>Next</guibutton>.
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Press <menuchoice><guimenuitem>Start</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Run</guimenuitem></menuchoice>. Type <emphasis>cmd.exe</emphasis> into the box labelled <guilabel>Open:</guilabel> and press <guibutton>OK</guibutton>.
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Press <menuchoice><guimenuitem>Start</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Run</guimenuitem></menuchoice>. Type <emphasis>cmd.exe</emphasis> into the box labelled <guilabel>Open:</guilabel> and press <guibutton>OK</guibutton>.
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ubuntu-doc@lists.ubuntu.com (Ubuntu Documentation Project)
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ubuntu-doc@lists.ubuntu.com (Ubuntu Documentation Project)
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If you have been using Windows
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If you have been using Windows
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2006-09-07
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Placeholder.
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Placeholder.
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Credits and License
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Credits and Licence
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This document is maintained by the Ubuntu documentation team (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DocumentationTeam). For a list of contributors, see the <ulink url="../../libs/C/contributors.xml">contributors page</ulink>
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This document is maintained by the Ubuntu documentation team (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DocumentationTeam). For a list of contributors, see the <ulink url="../../libs/C/contributors.xml">contributors page</ulink>
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This document is made available under the Creative Commons ShareAlike 2.5 License (CC-BY-SA).
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This document is made available under the Creative Commons ShareAlike 2.5 Licence (CC-BY-SA).
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You are free to modify, extend, and improve the Ubuntu documentation source code under the terms of this license. All derivative works must be released under this license.
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You are free to modify, extend, and improve the Ubuntu documentation source code under the terms of this licence. All derivative works must be released under this licence.
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This documentation is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AS DESCRIBED IN THE DISCLAIMER.
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This documentation is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AS DESCRIBED IN THE DISCLAIMER.
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A copy of the license is available here: <ulink url="/usr/share/ubuntu-docs/libs/C/ccbysa.xml">Creative Commons ShareAlike License</ulink>.
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A copy of the licence is available here: <ulink url="/usr/share/ubuntu-docs/libs/C/ccbysa.xml">Creative Commons ShareAlike Licence</ulink>.
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2008
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2008
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Ubuntu Documentation Project
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Ubuntu Documentation Project
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Canonical Ltd. and members of the <placeholder-1/>
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Canonical Ltd. and members of the <placeholder-1/>
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The Ubuntu Documentation Project
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The Ubuntu Documentation Project
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Preparing to switch
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Preparing to switch
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While using Windows you will have probably stored a great deal of data, including documents, emails, photographs and music. The chances are that you will want to keep most of this information for use with Ubuntu. This section provides instructions on moving your data to Ubuntu.
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While using Windows you will have probably stored a great deal of data, including documents, emails, photographs and music. The chances are that you will want to keep most of this information for use with Ubuntu. This section provides instructions on moving your data to Ubuntu.
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Converting unsupported file types
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Converting unsupported file types
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While applications available for Ubuntu support most common file types, there are still many file types which are not supported. If you have files in an unsupported format, it is recommended that you try to convert them to a supported format before switching. This section covers some common, unsupported or only partially-supported file types and lists possible alternatives and methods of conversion.
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While applications available for Ubuntu support most common file types, there are still many file types which are not supported. If you have files in an unsupported format, it is recommended that you try to convert them to a supported format before switching. This section covers some common, unsupported or only partially-supported file types and lists possible alternatives and methods of conversion.
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Some types of file cannot be used in Ubuntu
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Some types of file cannot be used in Ubuntu
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Check to see whether the file types you use are supported
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Check to see whether the file types you use are supported
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Convert the files which are of an unsupported type
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Convert the files which are of an unsupported type
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Converting unsupported audio formats
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Converting unsupported audio formats
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Many common audio formats cannot be played on Ubuntu without the installation of additional software. This is due to legal restrictions.
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Many common audio formats cannot be played on Ubuntu without the installation of additional software. This is due to legal restrictions.
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Unfortunately, due to legal restrictions and technical issues with some common audio formats, Ubuntu cannot play certain audio formats out-of-the-box. While support for certain restricted formats can be added after you have installed Ubuntu, it can be advantageous to convert audio files to a well-supported format. This is especially important if the files have been encoded using some form of <emphasis>Digital Rights Management (DRM)</emphasis> software, as DRM restrictions can render files unplayable in all applications but the one in which they were applied.
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Unfortunately, due to legal restrictions and technical issues with some common audio formats, Ubuntu cannot play certain audio formats out-of-the-box. While support for certain restricted formats can be added after you have installed Ubuntu, it can be advantageous to convert audio files to a well-supported format. This is especially important if the files have been encoded using some form of <emphasis>Digital Rights Management (DRM)</emphasis> software, as DRM restrictions can render files unplayable in all applications but the one in which they were applied.
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The following major audio formats are proprietary and so are not supported by default in Ubuntu:
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The following major audio formats are proprietary and so are not supported by default in Ubuntu:
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MP3
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MP3
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WMA
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WMA