Using Toolbars

Toolbars in LibreOffice can be either docked as part of the main window, or floating as a separate window. By default, the visible toolbars and the ones you open with View – Toolbars are docked, and their positions are locked.

Some toolbar icons, for example the Font Color icon, can open another toolbar. Click the arrow next to the icon to open a toolbar containing further icons.

You now have a choice: either click the icon that you want to activate, or seize the toolbar by its title bar and drag it while holding down the mouse button.

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Toolbars are hidden by default when the Notebook bar is active.

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Click the icon in the toolbar's title bar, or choose Close Toolbar from the context menu. The toolbar will be shown automatically again when the context becomes active again.

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While the toolbar is visible, choose View – Toolbars and click the name of the toolbar to remove the check mark.

To Show a Closed Toolbar

To Unlock a Docked Toolbar

Right-click the toolbar and choose Lock Toolbar Position from the context menu so that it is unchecked. A small vertical handle appears at the start of an unlocked toolbar, which you can use to move the toolbar.

To Lock a Docked Toolbar

You can lock the position of a toolbar by choosing Lock Toolbar Position again from the context menu, so that it is checked.

To Make a Toolbar a Floating Toolbar

Click the toolbar handle and drag the toolbar into the document.

To Reattach a Floating Toolbar


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