Opens the Navigator, where you can quickly jump to other slides or move between open files.
You can dock the Navigator to the edge of your workspace.
Press CommandCtrl+Shift+F5 to open the Navigator when you are editing a presentation.
Switches the mouse pointer to a pen that you can use to write on slides during a slide show. You cannot change the colour of the pen.
Jumps to the first slidepage.
Moves back one slidepage.
Move forward one slidepage.
Jumps to the last slidepage.
Drag and drop slides and named objects into the active slide. You can only insert slides and named objects from a saved file. You can only insert named objects as copies.
Insert as hyperlink
Insert as link
Insert as copy
Inserts slides as a hyperlink (URL) into the active slide.
Inserts slides as a link into the active slide.
Inserts a copy of a slide or named object into the active slide.
In the submenu you can choose to display a list of all shapes or only the named shapes. Use drag-and-drop in the list to reorder the shapes. When you set the focus to a slide and press the Tab key, the next shape in the defined order is selected.
Lists available slides. Double-click a slide to make it the active slide.
Lists available LibreOffice files. Select a file to display the contents you can insert.