This menu contains commands to control the on-screen display of the document, change the user interface and access the sidebar panels.
Displays the normal view of the sheet.
Opens the Select Your Preferred User Interface dialog to let you choose the user interface layout for LibreOffice.
Opens a submenu to show and hide toolbars. A toolbar contains icons and options that let you quickly access LibreOffice commands.
Shows or hides the Formula Bar, which is used for entering and editing formulae. The Formula Bar is the most important tool when working with spreadsheets.
Shows or hides the Status bar at the bottom edge of the window.
Shows column headers and row headers.
View Grid lines
Toggle the visibility of grid lines for the current sheet.
Toggle the visibility of grid points and guide lines to help object moving and precise position in the current sheet.
Displays cell contents in different colours, depending on type.
Display the cell formula expression instead of the calculated result.
Display the cell comments for the current spreadsheet document.
Divides the current window at the top left corner of the active cell.
Divides the sheet at the top left corner of the active cell and the area to the top left is no longer scrollable.
Freezes the first column or the first row of the current spreadsheet.
The Sidebar is a vertical graphical user interface that primarily provides contextual properties, style management, document navigation, and media gallery features.
Use the Styles deck of the Sidebar to assign styles to cells and pages. You can apply, update, and modify existing styles or create new styles.
Opens the Gallery deck of the Sidebar, where you can select images and audio clips to insert into your document.
Activates and deactivates the Navigator. The Navigator is a dockable window.
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Lists the databases that are registered in LibreOffice and lets you manage the contents of the databases.
Shows or hides the menus and toolbars in Writer or Calc. To exit the full screen mode, click the Full Screen button or press the Esc key.
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