This overview describes the default toolbar configuration for LibreOffice.
- 1 Presentation
- 2 Table Bar
- 3 Edit Points Bar
- 4 Image Bar
- 5 Text Formatting Bar
- 6 Slide View Bar
- 7 Line and Filling Bar
- 8 Slide Sorter Bar
- 9 Outline Bar
- 10 Drawing Bar
- 11 Classification Bar
- 12 Insert
- 13 Fontwork
- 14 3D-Settings
- 15 Status Bar
- 16 Color Bar
- 17 Options Bar
- 18 Standard Bar
Common commands for slides.
The Table Bar contains functions you need when working with tables. It appears when you move the cursor into a table.
The Edit Points Bar appears when you select a polygon object and click Edit Points.
Use the Image bar to set the color, contrast, and brightness options for the selected graphic object(s).
To display the Text Formatting Bar, place the cursor inside a text object.
The Slide View bar opens with the Slide Sorter view.
The Line and Filling Bar contains commands and options that you can apply in the current view.
In Slide Sorter view, the Slide Sorter bar can be used.
In Outline View, the Outline bar contains frequently used editing tools. Click the arrow next to an icon to open a toolbar that contains additional commands.
The Drawing bar contains frequently used editing tools. Click the arrow next to an icon to open a toolbar that contains additional commands.
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)
Add objects, including charts, spreadsheets, and images, to your document.
The Fontwork toolbar opens when you select a Fontwork object.
The 3D-Settings toolbar controls properties of selected 3D objects.
The status bar displays information about your document, including the currently selected object. You can double-click some status bar items to open a related dialog window.
Show or hides the Color Bar. To modify or change the color table that is displayed, choose Format - Area, and then click on the Colors tab.
To display the Options Bar, choose View - Toolbars - Options.
The Standard bar is available in every LibreOffice application.