View

Sets the display scale and defines which elements you want to be visible. Most of the commands that you can enter into the Commands window can also be accessed through a mouse click if you have already opened the Elements pane with View - Elements.

Zoom

Reduces or enlarges the screen display of LibreOffice.

Zoom In

Increases the display scale of the formula by 25%. The current zoom factor is displayed on the status bar. A selection of available zoom options is accessible through the context menu. The context menu in the work area also contains zoom commands.

Zoom Out

Decreases the display scale of formulas by 25%. The current zoom factor is displayed on the status bar. A selection of available zoom options is accessible through the context menu. The context menu in the work area also contains zoom commands.

Show All

Displays the entire formula in the maximum size possible so that all elements are included. The formula is reduced or enlarged so that all formula elements can be displayed in the work area. The current zoom factor is displayed on the status bar. A selection of available zoom options is accessible through the context menu. The context menu in the work area also contains zoom commands. The zoom commands and icons are only available in Math documents, not for embedded Math objects.

Update

This command updates the formula in the document window.

Changes in the Commands window are automatically updated if AutoUpdate Display is activated.

AutoUpdate Display

Automatically updates a modified formula. If you do not select this option, the formula will only be updated after you choose View - Update or press F9.

Brackets

This is a list of operators, functions, symbols and format options that can be inserted into the formula.

Status Bar

Shows or hides the Status bar at the bottom edge of the window.

Full Screen

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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