Fields are used to insert information about the current document, for example, file name, template, statistics, user data, date, and time.

Tene hajajo injeesate...

Surki - Bare - Wole - Bortaje doori giggishsho

To insert a field in your document, first select the field Type, then click in the Select list, to choose which information item should be inserted, then click Insert.


Lists the available field types.


Lists what information can be inserted for a selected field type.

Available field Types and Select lists


Select list


Name or initials of current user (as entered in - LibreOffice - User Data).


Fooliishshote kiiro nna/woy fooliishshote su'ma surki.


Inserts the current date. You can insert the date as a fixed field - Date (fixed) - that does not change, or as a dynamic field - Date - that it is updated automatically. To manually update the Date field, press F9.

Fayilete su'ma

Fayiletesu'ma surki nna /woy xaa bortaje furcho haruma, hattonni fayilete su'ma ssdishshu nookiha.


Xaa, sa'ihura, woy aane daanno qooli kiiro surki (wori).

Paragraph Signature

Inserts a meta-data field with a digital signature for the paragraph. You must have a digital certificate to sign a paragraph.


Inserts fields containing user data. You can change the user-data that is displayed by choosing - LibreOffice - User Data.


Inserts document statistics, such as page and word counts, as a field. To view the statistics of a document, choose File - Properties, and then click the Statistics tab.


Inserts the filename, the filename without the file extension, the path, or the path and filename of the current template. You can also insert the Template name and Category of the current template.


Inserts the current time. You can insert the time as a fixed field - Time (fixed) - that does not change, or as a dynamic field - Time - that it is updated automatically. To manually update the Time field, press F9.


To quickly insert a field from the Select list, double-click the field.


If a field is displaying a date, time or number, then Format is used to customize the appearance of the date, time, or number. Common formats are shown in the Format window, or click "Additional formats" to define a custom format.

When you click "Additional formats", the Number Format dialog opens, where you can define a custom format.

If you choose "Chapter number without separator" for a chapter field, the separators that are specified for chapter number in Tools - Chapter numbering are not displayed.

"Fooliishshote kiiro" suudisate maqishshu bare gede assite dooritto ikkiro, fooliishshote umi kiiro calla maqishsha amadinno uduunnichi calla barete giddo leellannofooliishshote umira borgufo akati kiiro aamaminokki ikkiro, bare hatti mullicho ikkite gattanno.


For the HTML export and import of date and time fields, special LibreOffice formats are used.

Rosantino amado

Bare soorrantannokki amado gede assite surki, hakkuno, bare yanneessine woyi haaroonsine didandiinanni.


Enter outline level of the chapter to be displayed. The inserted field will display the value taken from last paragraph with the specified outline level placed before the inserted field.


Qoolu kiiro barera loosiisa hasirootto kaimixeerto hornya eessi, lawishshu gedera "+1".

With an Offset value of 1, the field will display a number that is 1 more than the current page number, but only if a page with that number exists. On the last page of the document, this same field will be empty.


Leellinshoonni kiiro ikkikkinni halaalaancho qoolu kiiro soorrate hasiriitto ikkironna, kaimixeertote hornya horoonsidhooti. Qoolu kiiro soorrate, Qoolu kiiro massago nabbawi.

Kaimixeerto barrunni/daqiiqu giddo

Barru woy yannate barera loosiisate hasirootto kaimixeerto eessi

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