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2017-09-01 17:06:31 +0100 edited question Keyboard shortcut for track changes dysfunctional

Keyboard shortcut for track changes dysfunctional Upon upgrading LibreOffice to version 5.3.5 on Arch Linux, I found tha

2017-09-01 17:05:38 +0100 commented answer Keyboard shortcut for track changes dysfunctional

The keyboard shortcut Shift+Ctrl+E is linked to "Edit/Record", but as I described in my post, this is not what is actual

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Keyboard shortcut for track changes dysfunctional Upon upgrading LibreOffice to version 5.3.5 on Arch Linux, I found tha

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2016-09-12 14:33:35 +0100 commented question Extract pages by page number

Given the answer from RGB-es, manual copying and pasting of the relevant pages is necessary. For the sake of simplicity, I do this under the web-layout (View --> Web Layout).

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2016-09-12 12:13:06 +0100 asked a question Extract pages by page number

Assume a large ODF document (several hundred pages, hereafter referred to as "source document"), of which only specific pages are to be extracted. These extracted pages should form a new ODF document (hereafter referred to as "target document"). For example, in a source document of 300 pages, I wish to extract pages 13, 98, 112-114 and 251. The target document would consequently be six pages long.

How can I perform this task in LibreOffice without having to copy and paste these pages individually? I am looking for a solution similar to printing a range of pages, yet have the target pages editable by LibreOffice.