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In Windows version, you can assign a keyboard shortcut.

Right click on a menu, select customize toolbar.

Select Keyboard tab.

Scroll to a short cut you would like. (I would verify that the one you choose is not system assign by closing all dialogs and testing it to see if it does anything)

In bottom frames: Category: View Function: Sidebar

Click Modify in upper right corner. Sidebar should appear next to the keyboard shortcut you have highlight. Click okay.

Test your shortcut to see if it performs as desired.

In LO's Windows version, you can assign a keyboard shortcut.

Right click on a menu, select customize toolbar.

Select Keyboard tab.

Scroll to a short cut you would like. (I would verify that the one you choose is not system assign by closing all dialogs and testing it to see if it does anything)

In bottom frames: Category: View Function: Sidebar

Click Modify in upper right corner. Sidebar should appear next to the keyboard shortcut you have highlight. Click okay.

Test your shortcut to see if it performs as desired.

In LO's Windows version, you can assign a keyboard shortcut.

Right click on a menu, select customize toolbar.

Select Keyboard tab.

Scroll to a short cut you would like. (I would verify that the one you choose is not system assign by closing all dialogs and testing it to see if it does anything)

In bottom frames: frames:

Category: View
 Function: Sidebar

Sidebar

Click Modify in upper right corner. Sidebar should appear next to the keyboard shortcut you have highlight. Click okay.

Test your shortcut to see if it performs as desired.