An Agenda is a document structuring a meeting. It lists the purpose, participants and discussion or decision items of the meeting. The agenda is typically shared with all participants in advance of a meeting, so that everybody can prepare accordingly.
The Alignment of a cell, paragraph or tab-stop, refers to the way in which text is arranged in a space based on an imaginary line.
An Alphabet is a set of written characters and symbols. OpenOffice.org is available in many languages and many different alphabets. While the letters are fixed in an alphabet, their written appearance can differ widely. The visual appearance of the characters in the alphabet is determined by the font used.
An Anchor is the basis of the position and behavior of an object, image or frame within a document. It makes the object, such as an image move with the object it is anchored to, such as a paragraph. Objects can be anchored to a page, a paragraph, a frame, and a character.
The AutoCorrect feature in OpenOffice.org is a process that monitors what you type in a document and corrects any mistakes or typographical errors that happens, automatically. Usually these corrections follow a set of commonly agreed upon standards in writing like first letter capitalization.
Auto Recovery is a special feature in OpenOffice.org that automatically saves the document you are working on in a set interval of time. By doing this action OpenOffice.org ensures that when your session is interrupted (such as the case with a power failure for example) part of your work will be saved and "automatically recovered" once you open OpenOffice.org again.