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In LibreOffice text and HTML documents, defines the display for certain characters and for the direct cursor.

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Open a text document, choose - LibreOffice Writer/LibreOffice Writer/Web - Formatting Aids.

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Defines which formatting marks are visible on screen. Activate the Formatting Marks icon on the Standard bar. All characters that you have selected on the Formatting Aids tab page will be displayed.

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Specifies whether paragraph delimiters are displayed. The paragraph delimiters also contain paragraph format information.

Soft hyphens

Specifies whether soft hyphens (called also as optional or discretionary hyphens) are displayed. These are hidden user-defined delimiters that you enter within a word by pressing Words with soft hyphens are only separated at the end of a line at the point where a soft hyphen has been inserted, irrespective of whether the automatic hyphenation is activated or deactivated.


Specifies whether to represent every space in the text with a dot.

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Specifies that non-breaking spaces are shown as gray boxes. Non-breaking spaces are not broken at the end of a line and are entered with the shortcut keys.


Specifies that tab stops are displayed as small arrows.


Displays all line breaks inserted with the Shift+Enter shortcut. These breaks create a new line, but do not start a new paragraph.

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Displays text that uses the character format "hidden", when View - Formatting Marks is enabled.

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Displays text that is hidden by Conditional Text or Hidden Text fields.

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If you have inserted text using the Hidden Paragraph field, specifies whether to display the hidden paragraph. This option has the same function as the menu commands available in open text documents.

Suwashsho wirrisa (di HTML bortajubbara)

Suwashshu wirrisita baala akatta tiranno.

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Activates the direct cursor. You can also activate this function by clicking the Toggle Direct Cursor Mode icon on the Tools bar or by choosing the Edit - Direct Cursor Mode command in a text document.

Surki (di HTML bortajera)

Suwashshu wirrisira surkate doorubba tiranno. Bortajekki giddo ayee darga kisittoro, hakko darga haaroo borgufo borreessama woy surkama dandiitanno. Tenne borgufo akatta doorantino dooro aana irkidhanno. Aananno doorubbanni doora dandaatto:

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Sets the paragraph alignment when the direct cursor is used. Depending on where the mouse is clicked, the paragraph is formatted left aligned, centered or right aligned. The cursor before the mouse-click shows, by means of a triangle, which alignment is set.

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When the direct cursor is used, the left paragraph indent is set at the horizontal position where you click the direct cursor. The paragraph is left aligned.


When the direct cursor is used, as many tabs as necessary are added in the new paragraph until the clicked position is reached.

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When the Direct Cursor is used, a corresponding number of tabs and spaces are inserted in the new paragraph as necessary until the clicked position is reached.

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Baala surki doorubba Suwashshu wirrisinni kalaqantino xaa borgufora calla doori.

Protected Areas - Enable cursor

Specifies that you can set the cursor in a protected area, but cannot make any changes.