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The NotebookBar feature is available in LibreOffice 5.3 in addition to the existing toolbar options. If gives some other options for those who like this type of layout. I personally prefer the sidebar (PF11 to turn this on or off).

To enable the Notebookbar. Select TOOLS > OPTIONS > ADVANCED > Enable experimental Options (WARNING this is experimental and may be unstable) > OK and then RESTART LIBREOFFICE.

On restart VIEW > TOOLBAR LAYOUT > NOTEBOOKBAR. You can then play with the options with VIEW > NOTEBOOKBAR > CONTEXTUAL GROUPS/ CONTEXTUAL SINGLE / TABBED.

To turn off the feature go back to VIEW > TOOLBAR LAYOUT > DEFAULT / SINGLE TOOLBAR / SIDEBAR as normal.

Have fun and happy new year.. Peter

The NotebookBar feature is available in LibreOffice 5.3 in addition to the existing toolbar options. If gives some other options for those who like this type of layout. I personally prefer the sidebar (PF11 to turn this on or off).

To enable the Notebookbar. On my Linux version of LibreOffice. Select TOOLS > OPTIONS > ADVANCED > Enable experimental Options (WARNING this is experimental and may be unstable) > OK and then RESTART LIBREOFFICE.LIBREOFFICE. Other versions of LibreOffice, especially Mac systems, may access the OPTIONS Menu via a different path.

On restart VIEW > TOOLBAR LAYOUT > NOTEBOOKBAR. You can then play with the options with VIEW > NOTEBOOKBAR > CONTEXTUAL GROUPS/ CONTEXTUAL SINGLE / TABBED.

To turn off the feature go back to VIEW > TOOLBAR LAYOUT > DEFAULT / SINGLE TOOLBAR / SIDEBAR as normal.

Have fun and happy new year.. Peter Peter