The Tools menu contains commands to check spelling, to trace sheet references, to find mistakes and to define scenarios.
You can also create and assign macros and configure the look and feel of toolbars, menus, keyboard, and set the default options for LibreOffice applications.
Checks spelling manually.
LibreOffice can automatically check spelling while you type and underline possible misspelled words with a red wavy line.
Use the thesaurus to look up synonyms or related terms.
Opens a submenu where you can choose language specific commands.
Sets the options for automatically replacing text as you type.
Redacting documents blocks out words or portions of a document for authorized use or viewing.
Use automatic redaction to define words and patterns that are automatically marked for redaction.
Allows you to attach URLs to specific areas, called hotspots, on a graphic or a group of graphics. An image map is a group of one or more hotspots.
Opens a dialogue where you can solve an equation with a variable.
Opens the Solver dialog. A solver allows you to solve mathematical problems with multiple unknown variables and a set of constraints on the variables by goal-seeking methods.
This command activates the Spreadsheet Detective. With the Detective, you can trace the dependencies from the current formula cell to the cells in the spreadsheet.
Defines a scenario for the selected sheet area.
Contains commands for activate form design mode, enable/disable control wizards and insert form controls in your document.
Sharing a spreadsheet allows several users to open the same file for editing at the same time.
The Protect Sheet or Protect Spreadsheet Structure commands prevent changes from being made to cells in the sheets or to sheets in a document. As an option, you can define a password. If a password is defined, removal of the protection is only possible if the user enters the correct password.
Lets you record or organise and edit macros.
Inspects objects in LibreOffice documents and shows supported UNO services, as well as available methods, properties and implemented interfaces.
The Extension Manager adds, removes, disables, enables, and updates LibreOffice extensions.
Customizes LibreOffice menus, context menus, shortcut keys, toolbars, and macro assignments to events.
This command opens a dialogue for a customised program configuration.