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Which version are you using? I often deal with spreadsheets with hundreds of thousands of rows and LibreOffice 4.1 was virtually unusable. However, the 4.2 I downloaded from the website is much faster, usually faster than Excel for Mac. If you're using an older version you might want to give that a try.


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There is an online converter for PSW to DOC conversion, haven't tried it though. PSW to ODT


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When you use Vim, set scrolloff to a large number: set scrolloff=999


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The ComposeKey sequences used by Gnome to enter special characters are hard coded into the program. To use a custom Xcompose file, you will need to use the xim input method. More information about using the compose key - and using xim to bypass the Gnome hardcodings - is given at ComposeKey in the community documentation. The Gnome hard coding can be ...


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1st) In main menu follow "/Insert/Object/Formula" and thn the main menu will change a bit. Now follow "/Tool/catalog".


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You can use the frequency()function to find the frequency of any number or a range of numbers in a table. LibreOffice help contains an example on how to use the function.


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If you want 100% compatibility, either ditch MS-PPT or create all your presentations using LibreOffice. LO support for special and rarely used features, is far from perfect. If you need your presentations to be compatible, I would recommend using Wine or create your presentation in LibreOffice from the start. I would also recommend to fill a bug report in ...


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I would invite you to look at Does Microsoft Office 2010 still have incompatibility issues with LibreOffice But since there is also Office 2013 and several issues when saving Office 2007+ files, I will answer your question first: Can LibreOffice Writer read Microsoft Documents? Yes it can. It will read them. The problem is that, depending on what is ...


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If you are using a .pptx file format you should export to Libreoffice format. Then you can open it good.


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No, it will not open the same as on Powerpoint, and I doubt that's possible to work around. All of these presentation programs are great when used consistently, but they run into issues when trying to interpret closed formats that aren't made by the company that develops them. If you can't make one of those programs your standard everywhere (you do ...


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I'm not an expert on LibreOffice, but I believe the reason copying and pasting doesn't result in a visible table is that the table shown in Calc is merely an instrument (like ruler lines) rather than part of the document itself. That said if you save the Calc file as .html then open the .html file in Writer and save as a document you can get a visible ...


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If you're after a set of consistently styled isometric network equipment shapes (similar to the Visio ones) try these: http://www.vrt.com.au/downloads/vrt-network-equipment (Creative Commons licensed, in the Fedora repos as and RPM as well).


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Do a "Select All" before you turn kerning on. Otherwise it will apply only to a local selection, possible the current paragraph. (I am using up to date libreoffice on a Mac, but this should still apply.)


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It is, just do sudo apt-get install libreoffice=version. It will downgrade, remove and install to whatever version you want.


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In Gnuneric: Menu "Edit" -> "Clear..." -> "Formats and Hyperlinks": Another way is selecting the cells to edit, right-click and select "Remove [n] Hyperlinks".


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When you copy the info, and you're ready to paste, click on Edit --> Paste Special --> Unformattted text, and once the new window opens, review the info,choose your text import settings, and then click OK. See images below. The text example in the last image, are links from a website, and it got pasted as text, and not hyperlinks.


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In LibreOffice Calc (Version: 4.1.3.2; Build ID: 410m0(Build:2): select the cells containing hyperlinks Click on Format > Clear Direct Formatting (or just press Ctrl+M) That's all.


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"Choose Tools - Options - Language Settings - Languages" "Escolha Ferramentas - Opções - Definições de idioma - Idiomas" http://lmgtfy.com/?q=LibreOffice+change+language


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This is probably the easiest way to do what you want. #!/usr/bin/env bash # Define the program to waitfor. program_to_watch=soffice.bin my_commands() { echo "This is where your first command goes." echo "This is where your second command goes." } clear echo "waitfor program script" echo "Author: Kris Beazley" echo "Apache 2.0 License" echo "" echo ...


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LibreOffice help page is very, very well documented. All you have to do is to use the search box: You can use the Format Paintbrush tool to copy formatting from a text selection or from an object and apply the formatting to another text selection or object. In Calc, the Format Paintbrush only applies to cell formatting. Select the ...


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the "Format Painter" exists in LibreOffice Calc: and it works exactly like the Windows one.


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You can run libreoffice in headless mode, but before executing the following command, first quit/close all running Libreoffice instances. In order to print xlsx files you'll have to install libreoffice-calc on your server: sudo apt-get install libreoffice-calc Then the following command will convert your filename.xlsx into filename.pdf in the same ...


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AutoFilter (does the same thing as Insert Table in Excel) This feature is called AutoFilter in Calc Select your data range Click: Data → Filter → AutoFilter To add a single-click button, just add the Tools Toolbar to your view: Click: View → Toolbars → Tools ...You will now have an AutoFilter button on your toolbar.


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Also it's not a LO bug, I can reproduce it on Windows with MS Office, I think it's because my graphic card, but not sure because years ago I was able to export images in PDF with quality... Maybe my computer gets broked or the drivers today have a bug. Don't know but thanks for all your help and time.



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