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Trying to learn about using LibreOffice Base. LibreOffice on Windows 11.

Following the instruction in the LibreOffice Getting started guide 7.4.

After creating the form using the Form wizard (page 283 ff in the guide), I at last clicked Finish. The guide says "The form opens in edit mode". My form looks exactly like the image in the guide (except translated to Norwegian). But I am not able to edit the layout of the form. The Form Design toolbar is grayed out except the tool "Open in design modus", "Automatic focus on control", "New", "Export as ODF", "Print" and "Search"  (or something similar, translated from Norwegian). Clicking on the "Open in design modus" make no changes in the form view or the toolbars. The icon "Design modus" is stil grayed out.

The Guide says:"Use the *Control Properties*and *Form Navigator*icons on the Form Design toolbar to open the corresponding dialogs. (You may need to select a control for the *Control Properties*icon to become available)"

No help in selecting controls. The tools are still grayed out.

Do I have missed something?

I am able to add data to the form, save it and then load it with the added data. So the form works.

Is there any (simple) way to activate the tools in the toolbar?
Remember I am a novice in this field, but have used Writer and Calc for some years.


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