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asked 2012-09-15 15:14:02 +0200mjlcapdagde
I recently upgraded from ubuntu 10.04 to 12.04. This seems to have left me with some new LibreOffice Writer functions that I don't want - or understand.
I don't want new additions to a text document underlined and coloured brown by default. It took a while to find and shut down this 'feature'.
Now I find I can't delete or overwrite text from the document's earlier edits made when I was using 10.04. Delete and backspace keys simply push the cursor over the text.
I figure some kind of write protection is on the document by default. How do I make my document editable again?
I think you are talking about:
There you can:
enable/disable Record text modifications,
show or hide the changes, maybe this is what have change. ... Take a look in the program help for a detailed information.
answered 2013-02-23 06:37:04 +0200qubit
Sounds like you may need to disable 'write protection' on the document. Take a look at the Answer to this question:
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Asked: 2012-09-15 15:14:02 +0200
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