Jan 31, 2016 The example below shows a menu in OpenOffice.org Writer, with the keyboard shortcuts. To zoom into, using a. Change keyboard shortcuts in LibreOffice. Writer Keyboard Shortcuts File Edit Help Create a New Document CTRL + N Cut Selected Items CTRL + X Help F1. LibreOffice 4.x Reference Writer Base Math Created Date.
Reduces or enlarges the screen display of LibreOffice. The current zoom factor is displayed as a percentage value on the Status bar.
Choose View - Zoom.
Displays the slide at two times its current size. You can also select the Zoom In tool and drag a rectangular frame around the area you want to enlarge. Certain versions of Microsoft Windows include “S mode” (also known as “Windows 10 S” or “Windows 10S”), which limits the range of software that users can install, and imposes other restrictions. There are at least 75 million LibreOffice users who have installed the software on Windows 10 without any security or performance issues, so we.
Zoom also with (+) (-) (×) and (÷) on the number keypadZoom also with (+) (-) (×) and (÷) on the number keypad.
Double-click or right-click the field on the Status bar.
Zooming is handled differently on Unix, Linux, and Windows platforms. A document saved with a 100% zoom factor in Windows is displayed at a larger zoom factor on Unix/Linux platforms. To change the zoom factor, double-click or right-click the percentage value on the Status bar, and select the zoom factor that you want.
Set the zoom factor at which to display the current document and all documents of the same type that you open thereafter.
Resizes the display to fit the width of the selected cell area at the moment the command is started.Resizes the display to fit the width of the text in the document at the moment the command is started.
Fit width and height
Resizes the display to fit the width and height of the selected cell area at the moment the command is started.Displays the entire page on your screen.
Displays the complete width of the document page. The top and bottom edges of the page may not be visible.
Displays the document at its actual size.
Enter the zoom factor at which you want to display the document. Enter a percentage in the box.
For text documents, you can set the view layout. Reduce the zoom factor to see the effects of different view layout settings.
The automatic view layout displays pages side by side, as many as the zoom factor allows.
The single page view layout displays pages beneath each other, but never side by side.
In columns view layout you see pages in a given number of columns side by side. Enter the number of columns.
In book mode view layout you see two pages side by side as in an open book. The first page is a right page with an odd page number.
Libreoffice Zoom Out
Certain versions of Microsoft Windows include “S mode” (also known as “Windows 10 S” or “Windows 10S”), which limits the range of software that users can install, and imposes other restrictions.
Libreoffice Zoom Out
There are at least 75 million LibreOffice users who have installed the software on Windows 10 without any security or performance issues, so we would like to offer the same possibility to Windows 10 “S mode” users. If you’re running Windows 10 in “S mode” but can’t install LibreOffice, here are some options:
- You can stay in “S mode” and install LibreOffice Vanilla from the Windows Store – this version is made by one of our partners, and funds from the purchase price help to improve LibreOffice on Windows
- If you have some technical knowledge, you can switch out of “S mode” and get full control back over your computer, as described here – then you can install the applications you want
In addition, LibreOffice lets you store documents in the superior OpenDocument standard document format, which is not affected by the same security issues as DOCX, XLSX and PPTX files (according to security specialists Symantec, Kaspersky and Barracuda Networks, between 48% and 70% of malware attacks are based on Microsoft Office files).
If you need further help installing LibreOffice on Windows 10, please see Ask LibreOffice.