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2019-05-09 11:02:11 +0200 commented answer Calc: Zoom on Hover?

I appreciate the suggestion; however, the problem is that I am so far out that the values don't even render on the scree

2019-05-09 02:55:05 +0200 asked a question Calc: Zoom on Hover?

Calc: Zoom on Hover? I have massive table of calculated data I've colorcoded into a heatmap. I like to zoom out far to b

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2015-11-23 16:16:26 +0200 asked a question LibreOffice crashes after upgrade to Win 10 PRO (64-bit)!

Last night I upgraded my Windows 10-64 Home to Windows 10-64 Pro. Now, LibreOffice doesn't work. I've uninstalled it and tried both the Fresh and Still versions, but it's just not working. It crashes whenever I create a new or load an existing document. What should I do?

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2015-03-05 05:19:04 +0200 asked a question Intended and Automatic Uses of Predefined Styles

As a technical writing hobbyist, I can get pretty picky with the design and implementation of styles in template. LibreOffice comes with many predefined styles that cannot be removed, so I was wondering:

  • Is there any documentation explaining how each individual style is intended to be used?
  • Is there any documentation explaining how each individual style is automatically used by other features of LibreOffice? That is, these styles may-or-may-not be intended for direct use by the document author, but regardless are automatically applied in response to using some LibreOffice feature. For example: Presumably, the Addressee style is applied when using the Mail Merge Feature.
  • Is there any "demo" document that employs all of the default styles for use by style designers to quickly see all of the styles available at a glance?

Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated!