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Hello Jean

Raul Pacheco da Silva from the team in Brazil wrote a chapter on the notebook bar for the Impress Guide and can also be used in the Getting started guide. However it is in Portuguese and has not been reviewed.

In case you want to use it as a starting point for the subject (perhaps using machine translation) the file is located in

LibreOffice Documentation/Brazilian Portuguese/Guia do Impress/7.0/Primeira Tradução/IG7014-InterfacedoUsuario.odt

Kind regards


Em 22/04/2021 21:52, Jean Weber escreveu:
Hi team,
I can’t find any response to my question from 3 March, though I could have
missed it. Now that I’ve finished updating the Writer Guide, I’m again
considering this new document.

I expect it would be approximately the length of a typical chapter in a
user guide, so it could perhaps be included in the Getting Started Guide.

Any thoughts on this? Especially if someone else has already done it, or
something similar.


On Wed, 3 Mar 2021 at 15:00 Jean Weber <> wrote:

Is there a document describing and explaining details of the various
notebookbar configurations?
I've seen what's in the Help and the release notes, but I want
something to point people to, that is more detailed, descriptive and
explanatory, and that collects all the info in one place. Sorry if
I’ve overlooked something in the publications.
If it doesn’t exist, I will write it, but I don’t want to duplicate
effort. Too many other things to do!

Olivier Hallot
LibreOffice Documentation Coordinator
Rio de Janeiro - Brasil - Local Time: UTC-03:00
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