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 2019-07-25 18:03:58 +0200 badge ontvangen ● Opvallende Vraag (bron) 2019-07-25 08:59:41 +0200 badge ontvangen ● Populaire Vraag (bron) 2019-07-24 16:22:29 +0200 stelde een vraag How to connect to a single MySQL database via LibreOffice Base How to connect to a single MySQL database via LibreOffice Base I'm having problems connecting to a single MySQL database 2019-03-04 03:26:06 +0200 badge ontvangen ● enthousiast 2019-03-03 18:49:48 +0200 beantwoorde een vraag Can I use Grammerly with LibreOffice Writer? This is a great question. It's asked at the right place. It deserves an answer. I did a lot of research trying to fin 2018-01-21 19:54:49 +0200 koos een beste antwoord Is there a way to expand the Ruler to show all 11 inches of a page? The ruler of LibreOffice Writer is split up where you can't see all 11 inches of it. There's a section of a ruler for the top margin, which I'm sure starts at 0 to the length of the top margin. Then there is a separate ruler count that starts at 0 for the body of the page, then there is a third section that Shows the length of the bottom margin. Looking at the numbers on the ruler, you see 6 inches and a fraction in the default template. It would be very convenient and easy for text and image placement if you could see the full scale of the 11-inch length and the 8 1/2 inch width of the page. This way when you are performing layouts for various projects you can use a regular ruler on a page for where you want to put your objects. If you want an object at the 3 7/16 inch position it would be easy, without trying to do a lot of calculations, to place your object exactly where you want it. If there isn't a way to configure the builtin ruler for this setting, does anyone know if there is an add-on or plugin for LibreOffice Writer with this feature? Thanks in advance for any input on this. -- L. James -- L. D. James ljames@apollo3.com www.apollo3.com/~ljames 2018-01-21 19:52:25 +0200 badge ontvangen ● Beroemde vraag (bron) 2018-01-20 11:32:06 +0200 badge ontvangen ● Beroemde vraag (bron) 2018-01-20 10:07:55 +0200 badge ontvangen ● Supporter (bron) 2018-01-20 09:46:48 +0200 badge ontvangen ● Leraar (bron) 2018-01-20 09:15:33 +0200 beantwoorde een vraag image numbering show wrong number I don't know what keystroke you may have inadvertently hit to reset the numbering, but you can fix it by manually double 2018-01-20 08:49:09 +0200 beantwoorde een vraag Is there a way to expand the Ruler to show all 11 inches of a page? I found a workaround My OS is Ubuntu 16.04LTS. It has an App (Screenruler) in the repository. I'm sure other Operatio 2018-01-20 08:20:44 +0200 reageerde op een antwoord Is there a way to expand the Ruler to show all 11 inches of a page? Thanks for the input! I believe you're confirming it isn't possible to see the full 11 X 8 1/2 inch ruler in LibOfficeW 2018-01-19 20:26:56 +0200 reageerde op een antwoord Is there a way to expand the Ruler to show all 11 inches of a page? Thanks. You sound like a LibreOffice expert. I believe you are saying it's not possible with LibreOffice and three isn 2018-01-19 20:21:28 +0200 reageerde op een antwoord Is there a way to expand the Ruler to show all 11 inches of a page? Thanks. You sound like an expert on LibreOffice. I believe you are saying it isn't possible with LibreOffice and three 2018-01-19 09:21:06 +0200 badge ontvangen ● Opvallende Vraag (bron) 2018-01-19 00:14:28 +0200 reageerde op een antwoord Is there a way to expand the Ruler to show all 11 inches of a page? Thanks. I should have mentioned that I had already experimented with the margins (changing it to zero). When you chang 2018-01-18 17:11:30 +0200 badge ontvangen ● Populaire Vraag (bron) 2018-01-18 06:30:05 +0200 bewerkte een vraag Is there a way to expand the Ruler to show all 11 inches of a page? Is there a way to expand the Ruler to show all 11 inches of a page? The ruler of LibreOffice Writer is split up where yo 2018-01-18 06:29:06 +0200 stelde een vraag Is there a way to expand the Ruler to show all 11 inches of a page? Is there a way to expand the Ruler to show all 11 inches of a page? The ruler of LibreOffice Writer is split up where yo 2017-05-12 16:19:38 +0200 koos een beste antwoord How to open up the default LibreOffice start screen after a document is opened If you call the command, libreoffice with no arguments, it will bring up a screen showing your recent documents, along with options for creating or opening documents of various types. If you have a document already opened, the "libreoffice" command will only take you to that opened document. You can no longer see that default screen. My question is how can you get that screen back without having to first close all your document windows. Idealistically there might be a way to get to it from a clickable option within the opened document. If that isn't possible, is there some other way, such as a command argument. Thanks in advance for any input. -- L. James -- L. D. James ljames@apollo3.com www.apollo3.com/~ljames 2017-05-12 16:19:38 +0200 badge ontvangen ● Leerling (bron) 2017-05-12 16:19:26 +0200 reageerde op een antwoord How to open up the default LibreOffice start screen after a document is opened Hopefully, the developers add priority to this valuable feature. Looking at the icon images of the recent documents of 2017-05-12 16:16:50 +0200 beantwoorde een vraag How to open up the default LibreOffice start screen after a document is opened Thanks for the input. I can now stop spending so much time trying to find something that doesn't exist. Hopefully, the 2017-05-12 16:08:50 +0200 badge ontvangen ● Opvallende Vraag (bron) 2017-05-10 18:32:53 +0200 badge ontvangen ● Populaire Vraag (bron) 2017-05-10 13:54:22 +0200 stelde een vraag How to open up the default LibreOffice start screen after a document is opened How to open up the default LibreOffice start screen after a document is opened If you call the command, libreoffice with 2017-03-02 07:53:56 +0200 reageerde op een antwoord Is there an equivalent editing programme such as Grammarly which I can use for editing in LibreOffice writer? When installing the extension I get pop-ups with errors. Most of the error lines java included in them. There isn't any evidence that it's installed except that it's listed on the Extension Management page. The Language Tool version is 3.6. My LibreOffice version is 5.1.6.2. Is there something else that needs to be done?