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It depends on your operating system. Indeed, there is no built-in way to do this with keyboard in LO.

In LO, you can do this by clicking the Window menu and then choosing your opened document. Every LO window is in this list, no matter this is a Writer, Calc, Impress, etc.

With the keyboard, you should use the built-in tools of your operating system. Alt+Tab is very generic, the only problem is that it switches between all opened windows (even those which are not LO windows).

In Unity (and apparently Gnome Shell), you can use Alt+² (the key above Tab).

On Windows 7, it seems there is a way too. An inclusive list of Windows short-cuts can be found on the company documentation. You can also install a dedicated program to do like Alt+² in Unity.

Anyway, this is something that should be implemented at the OS or graphical environment level, to ensure constant behaviour through various programs.