Sets the properties of the section.
Type a name for the new section. By default, LibreOffice automatically assigns the name "Section X" to new sections, where X is a consecutive number.
Inserts the contents of another document or section from another document in the current section.
Creates a DDE link. Select this check box, and then enter the DDE command that you want to use. The DDE option is only available if the Link check box is selected.
The general syntax for a DDE command is: "<Server> <Topic> <Item>", where server is the DDE name for the application that contains the data. Topic refers to the location of the Item (usually the file name), and Item represents the actual object.
For example, to insert a section named "Section1" from a LibreOffice text document abc.odt as a DDE link, use the command: "soffice x:\abc.odt Section1". To insert the contents of the first cell from a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet file called "abc.xls", use the command: "excel x:\[abc.xls]Sheet1 z1s1". You can also copy the elements that you want to insert as a DDE link, and then Edit - Paste Special. You can then view the DDE command for the link, by selecting the contents and choosing Edit - Fields.
Enter the path and the filename for the file that you want to insert, or click the Browse button to locate the file. If the DDE check box is selected, enter the DDE command that you want to use.
Locate the file that you want to insert as a link, and then click Insert.
Select the section in the file that you want to insert as a link.
When you open a document that contains linked sections, you are prompted to update the links.
Prevents the selected section from being edited.
Protects the selected section with a password. The password must have a minimum of 5 characters.
Opens a dialog where you can change the current password.
Hides and prevents the selected section from being printed. The components of a hidden sections appear gray in the Navigator. When you rest your mouse pointer over a hidden component in the Navigator, the Help tip "hidden" is displayed.
You cannot hide a section if it is the only content on a page, or in a header, footer, footnote, frame, or table cell.
Enter the condition that must be met to hide the section. A condition is a logical expression, such as "SALUTATION EQ Mr.". For example, if you use the mail merge form letter feature to define a database field called "Salutation" that contains "Mr.", "Ms.", or "Sir or Madam", you can then specify that a section will only be printed if the salutation is "Mr.".
Another example would be to create the field variable "x" and set its value to 1. Then specify a condition based on this variable for hiding a section, such as: "x eq 1". If you want to display the section, set the value of the variable "x" to "0".
You see this area of the dialog when the current document is an XForms document.
Select to allow editing of the section's contents even if the document is opened in read-only mode.