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Hello,

The following paragraph in the "Getting Started Guide" (6.4 p. 50 / 7.0 p. 51) doesn't seem to be correct:

Load user-specific settings with the document
A LibreOffice document contains certain settings that are read from the user’s system. When you save a document, these settings are saved with it. Select this option so that when a document loads, it ignores the stored settings in favor of the settings on your computer.

I think it should say "Deselect" (this option), instead of "Select".

In contrast the Writer 6.4 Guide says this:

Load user-specific settings with the document
When a LibreOffice document is saved, certain settings from the user's system are saved with it. When the document is opened on another user’s system, it will use the settings saved from the previous user’s system. Deselecting this option causes the current user’s settings to
override the settings previously saved with the document.

Also, giving an example of what these settings are would be helpful.

Thanks and Regards,
Peter

 


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