This menu contains commands to control the on-screen display of the document, change the user interface and access the sidebar panels.
Switches to normal view, where you can create and edit your slides.
Switches to outline view, where you can add, edit and reorganize slide titles and headings.
Switches to notes view, where you can add notes to your slides. Notes are hidden from the audience when you give your presentation.
Switches to the handout page view, where you can scale several slides to fit on one printed page.
Displays miniature versions of the slides so they can easily be rearranged.
Switches to master slide view, where you can add elements that you want to appear on all of the slides that use the same master slide.
Displays the master notes, where you can set the default formatting for notes.
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 Status bar at the bottom edge of the window.
Displays or hides rulers at the top and left or right edges of the workspace.
Show or hide the Page PaneSlide Pane.
Sets the display properties of a grid.
Specifies the display options for snap guides.
Object Moving Helplines
Specifies whether to display guides when moving an object.
Shows slides in color, grayscale, or black and white.
Show or hide a presentation's annotations.
Toggle the visibility of a master slide's background to be used as the background of the current slide.
Toggle the visibility of a master slide's objects to appear on the current slide.
Add header, footer, date, and slide number placeholders to the master slide.
The Sidebar is a vertical graphical user interface that primarily provides contextual properties, style management, document navigation, and media gallery features.
Opens the Styles deck of the Sidebar, which lists the available graphic and presentation styles for applying and editing.
Opens the Gallery deck of the Sidebar, where you can select images and audio clips to insert into your document.
Opens the Navigator, where you can quickly jump to other slides or move between open files.
Reduces or enlarges the screen display of LibreOffice.