LibreOffice 7.5 Help
Lets you customise LibreOffice menus for all modules.
You can add new commands, modify existing commands, or rearrange the menu items. You can also add commands executed by macros and apply all kind of styles directly from the menu.
Enter a string in the text box to narrow the search of commands.
Select the menu command category in the drop-down list to restrict the search of commands or scroll the list below. Macros and styles commands are in the bottom of the list.
Displays the results of the combination of the search string and category of the desired command.
The text box contains a short description of the selected command.
Select the location where the menu is to be attached. If attached to a LibreOffice module, the menu is available for all files opened in that module. If attached to the file, the menu will be available only when that file is opened and active.
Select the menu where the customization is to be applied.
Click on the hamburger icon and then choose Add to add a new menu.
Click on the hamburger icon and then choose Delete to delete the menu.
You can only delete custom menus and custom menu entries.
Displays the commands that will be shown in the target menu.
Click on the right arrow button to select a command on the left display box and copy to the right display box. This will add the command to the selected menu.
Click on the left arrow button to remove the selected command from the current menu.
Click on the Up or Down arrows on the right to move the selected command upward or downward in the list of displayed menu commands.
You can drag-and-drop the selected command to move it to the position you want.
Insert Separator: Add a separator mark to improve menu readability and to group commands by subject.
Insert Sub-menu: Insert a sub-menu entry. Enter a name for the new sub-menu in the dialogue box that follows. The new sub-menu is automatically available in the menu list for edition.
Rename: Rename the entry.
Deletes all changes previously made to this menu.