Specifies the general settings for LibreOffice.
Specifies the behaviour of the installed help.
Displays some short help text when you rest the cursor on an icon, a menu command, or a control in a dialogue box.
Specifies whether the printing of the document counts as a modification. When this option is marked, the very next time that the document is closed you are asked if the changes should be saved. The print date is then entered in the document properties as a change.
Defines a date range, within which the system recognises a two-digit year.
In LibreOffice, years are indicated by four digits, so that the difference between 01/01/99 and 01/01/01 is two years. This Year (two digits) setting allows the user to define the years in which two-digit dates are added to 2000. To illustrate, if you specify a date of 01/01/30 or later, the entry "01/01/20" is recognised as 2020-01-01 instead of 1920-01-01.
Send usage data to help The Document Foundation improve the software usability. The software development team is interested in information about the usage pattern of LibreOffice. This data helps to improve the usability of the applications, by identifying the most frequently used sequences of commands while performing common tasks, and in return, design a user interface that is easier to use and more productive. The usage data is sent anonymously and carry no document contents, only the commands used.
If enabled, loads LibreOffice into memory when the computer is booted, or when LibreOffice is restarted. When loaded, it reduces the time for opening LibreOffice. An icon is also added to the system tray. Right-click on the icon to show a menu for opening new or existing documents, and for stopping the quickstarter.
Call Windows file associations management. This button behaves according to Microsoft file association management policy, which is to open "Default apps" on Windows 7, 8, and 8.1; and to show a message telling user how to open that applet manually in Windows 10.