Defines which elements of the LibreOffice Calc main window are displayed. You can also show or hide highlighting of values in tables.
Specifies which lines are displayed.
Specifies when grid lines will be displayed. Default is to display grid lines only on cells that do not have a background colour. You can choose to also display grid lines on cells with background colour, or to hide them. For printing, choose Format - Page - Sheet and mark the Grid check box.
Specifies a colour for the grid lines in the current document. To see the grid line colour that was saved with the document, go to LibreOffice - PreferencesTools - Options - LibreOffice - Application Colours, under Scheme find the entry Spreadsheet - Grid lines and set the colour to "Automatic".
Specifies whether to view the page breaks within a defined print area.
Specifies whether to view guides when moving drawings, frames, graphics and other objects. These guides help you align objects.
Select various options for the screen display.
Specifies whether to show formulae instead of results in the cells.
Specifies whether to show numbers with the value of 0.
Specifies that a small rectangle in the top right corner of the cell indicates that a comment exists. The comment will be shown only when you enable tips under LibreOffice - General in the Options dialogue box.
To display a comment permanently, select the Show comment command from the cell's context menu.
You can type and edit comments with the Insert - Comment command. Comments that are permanently displayed can be edited by clicking the comment box. Click the Navigator and under the Comments entry you can view all comments in the current document. By double-clicking a comment in Navigator, the cursor will jump to the corresponding cell containing the comment.
Mark the Value highlighting box to show the cell contents in different colours, depending on type. Text cells are formatted in black, formulas in green, number cells in blue, and protected cells are shown with light grey background, no matter how their display is formatted.
When this command is active, any colours assigned in the document will not be displayed until the function is deactivated.
Specifies whether the anchor icon is displayed when an inserted object, such as a graphic, is selected.
If a cell contains text that is wider than the width of the cell, the text is displayed over empty neighbouring cells in the same row. If there is no empty neighbouring cell, a small triangle at the cell border indicates that the text continues.
Specifies that each reference is highlighted in colour in the formula. The cell range is also enclosed by a coloured border as soon as the cell containing the reference is selected for editing.
Defines whether to display or hide objects for up to three object groups.
Defines if objects and graphics are shown or hidden.
Defines if charts in your document are shown or hidden.
Defines if drawing objects in your document are shown or hidden.
If marked, all sheets are shown with the same zoom factor. If not marked, each sheet can have its own zoom factor.
Specifies whether some Help elements will or will not appear in the table.
Specifies whether to display row and column headers.
Specifies whether to display a horizontal scrollbar at the bottom of the document window.
Specifies whether to display a vertical scrollbar at the right of the document window.
Specifies whether to display the sheet tabs at the bottom of the spreadsheet document. If this box is not checked, you will only be able to switch between the sheets through the NavigatorNavigator.
If you have defined an outlineoutline, the Outline symbols option specifies whether to view the outline symbols at the border of the sheet.