The following section lists the help topics available for menus and dialogs.
The window containing the document you want to work on must be selected in order to use the menu commands. Similarly, you must select an object in the document to use the menu commands associated with the object.
The menus are context sensitive. This means that those menu items are available that are relevant to the work currently being carried out. If the cursor is located in a text, then all of those menu items are available that are needed to edit the text. If you have selected graphics in a document, then you will see all of the menu items that can be used to edit graphics.
These commands apply to the current document, open a new document, or close the application.
This menu contains commands for editing the contents of the current document.
This menu contains commands for controlling the on-screen display of the document.
The Insert menu contains commands for inserting new elements in your document. This includes images, media, charts, objects from other applications, hyperlink, comments, symbols, footnotes, and sections.
Contains commands for formatting the layout and the contents of your document.
Contains commands to apply, create, edit, update, load, and manage styles in a text document.
Shows commands to insert, edit, and delete a table and its elements inside a text document.
Contains spelling tools, a gallery of object art that you can add to your document, as well as tools for configuring menus, and setting program preferences.
Contains commands for manipulating and displaying document windows.
The Help menu allows you to start and control the LibreOffice Help system.