Contains commands for formatting the layout and the contents of your document.
Opens a submenu where you can choose text formatting commands.
Opens a submenu where you can choose text spacing commands.
Opens a submenu where you can align text and objects.
First select some text or an object, then click this icon. Then click on or drag across other text or click an object to apply the same formatting.
Removes direct formatting from the selection.
Changes the font and the font formatting for the selected characters.
Modifies the format of the current paragraph, such as indents and alignment.
Opens a submenu where you can modify the formatting of list paragraphs.
Adds numbering or bullets to the current paragraph or to selected paragraphs, and lets you edit format of the numbering or bullets.
Specify the formatting styles and the layout for the current page style, including page margins, headers and footers, and the page background.
Opens a dialog where you can design a title page.
When comments are present, the character dialog is presented. Changes to font and font formatting are applied to all comments.
Allows you to add comments next to Asian characters to serve as a pronunciation guide.
These commands can only be accessed after you enable support for Asian languages in LibreOffice - PreferencesTools - Options - Language Settings - Languages.
Specifies the number of columns and the column layout for a page style, frame, or section.
Insert a watermark text in the current page style background.
Changes the properties of sections defined in your document. To insert a section, select text or click in your document, and then choose Insert - Section.
Formats the size, position, and other properties of the selected image.
Opens a submenu to edit the properties of the selected textbox or shape.
Frame and Object
Opens a submenu to link and unlink frames, and edit properties of a selected frame.
Assigns a name to the selected object, so that you can quickly find the object in the Navigator.
Assigns a text alternative and a description to the selected object. These texts are available as alternative tags in your document for use by accessibility tools. They are also available as tags for images when you export the document.
Shows anchoring options for the selected object.
Specify the way you want text to wrap around an object. You can also specify the spacing between the text and the object.
Changes the stacking order of the selected object(s).
Rotate or Flip
Opens a submenu where you can rotate or and flip a selected shape or image. Text boxes can only be rotated.
Groups keep together selected objects, so that they can be moved or formatted as a single object.