Contains spelling tools, a gallery of object art that you can add to your document, as well as tools for configuring menus, and setting program preferences.
Checks spelling manually.
Opens a submenu where you can choose language specific commands.
Counts the words and characters, with or without spaces, in the current selection and in the whole document. The count is kept up to date as you type or change the selection.
Specifies the number format and the hierarchy for chapter numbering in the current document.
Adds or removes and formats line numbers in the current document. To exclude a paragraph from line numbering, click in the paragraph, choose Format - Paragraph, click the Numbering tab, and then clear the Include this paragraph in line numbering check box.
Specifies the display settings for footnotes and endnotes.
Insert, delete, edit, and organize records in the bibliography database.
Starts the Mail Merge Wizard to create form letters or send e-mail messages to many recipients.
Sorts the selected paragraphs or table rows alphabetically or numerically. You can define up to three sort keys as well as combine alphanumeric and numeric sort keys.
Calculates the selected formula and copies the result to the clipboard.
Updates items in the current document that have dynamic contents, so as fields and indexes.
Opens the Media Player window where you can preview movie and sound files as well as insert these files into the current document.
Lets you record or organize and edit macros.
The Extension Manager adds, removes, disables, enables, and updates LibreOffice extensions.
Opens the XML Filter Settings dialog, where you can create, edit, delete, and test filters to import and to export XML files.
Sets the options for automatically replacing text as you type.
Creates, edits, or inserts AutoText. You can store formatted text, text with graphics, tables, and fields as AutoText. To quickly insert AutoText, type the shortcut for the AutoText in your document, and then press F3.
Customizes LibreOffice menus, shortcut keys, toolbars, and macro assignments to events.
This command opens a dialog for a customized program configuration.