This command opens a dialog for a customized program configuration.
All your settings are saved automatically. To expand an entry either double click this entry or click the plus sign. To collapse the entry, click the minus sign or double click the entry.
Choose Tools - Options
|Note for Mac OS X users: The Help mentions the menu path Tools - Options at numerous places. Replace this path with LibreOffice - Preferences on your Mac OS X main menu. Both menu entries open the Options dialog box.|
Use this dialog to create general settings for working with LibreOffice. The information covers topics such as user data, saving, printing, paths to important files and directories, and color defaults.
Specifies general Load/Save settings.
Defines the properties for additional languages.
Specifies Internet settings.
These settings determine the way text documents that are created in LibreOffice are handled. It is also possible to define settings for the current text document.
Defines the basic settings for LibreOffice documents in HTML format.
Defines various settings for spreadsheets, contents to be displayed, and the cursor direction after a cell entry. You can also define sorting lists, determine the number of decimal places and the settings for recording and highlighting changes.
Defines various settings for newly created presentation documents, such as the contents to be displayed, the measurement unit used, if and how grid alignment is carried out.
Defines the global settings for drawing documents, including the contents to be displayed, the scale to be used, the grid alignment and the contents to be printed by default.
Defines the print format and print options for all new formula documents. These options apply when you print a formula directly from LibreOffice Math.
Defines the general settings for charts.
Defines the general settings for the data sources in LibreOffice.