This submenu lists the toolbars that are available in spreadsheets.This overview describes the default toolbar configuration for LibreOffice.
The Print Preview Bar is displayed when you choose File - Print Preview.
Click the arrow next to the icon to open the Insert toolbar, where you can add graphics and special characters to the current sheet.
The Text Formatting Bar that is displayed when the cursor is in a text object, such as a text frame or a drawing object, contains formatting and alignment commands.
The Drawing Object Properties Bar for objects that you select in the sheet contains formatting and alignment commands.
The Image bar is displayed when you insert or select an image in a sheet.
Use this bar to enter formulas.
The Drawing bar contains frequently used editing tools. Click the arrow next to an icon to open a toolbar that contains additional commands.
Use the Tools bar to access commonly used commands.
The Formatting bar contains basic commands for applying manually formatting.
The Status Bar displays information about the current sheet.
The Classification bar contains tools to help secure document handling.
The Classification toolbar contains listboxes to help in selecting the security of the document, according to the BAF category policy and BAILS levels. LibreOffice will add custom fields in the document properties (File -> Properties, Custom fields tab) to store the classification policy as document metadata.
Go to menu View -> Toolbars and select Classification
- TSCP (Transglobal Secure Collaboration Participation, Inc.) website.
- Business Authentication Framework (BAF) document (PDF)
- Business Authorization Identification and Labeling Scheme (BAILS) document (PDF)
The Standard bar is available in every LibreOffice application.