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Present: Heiko
Comments from: Dieter, Bogdan, Mike, Stuart


 * Repeat shortcut (Ctrl+Shift+Y) is too far for short-finger users using en (qwerty) keyboard
   + WFM (Heiko)
   + perhaps alt+Y (Stuart)
   + I always use TWO hands for that keyboard shortcuts =) (Roman)
   + keyboard issue for English, see also bug 115052 for other than English 
   + Excel (or all MSO) uses F4 (or ctrl+Y) for "repeat last action" (but the
     same key also for redo)
   + shift+ctrl+r - cannot press it without hurting myself, ctrl+at+r works
   + alt+<key> should be reserved for hotkeys
   + keep it - common, usable (maybe not for everyone), consistent (Heiko)
   + more opinions needed (Roman)
   => no further input, WF

 * Page sidebar: "Same Content" on header/footer sections is absolutely illogical 
   + make it similar to the page dialog with checkboxes (Dieter)
   => go for it

 * PRINTING: Change The Color of Print Preview Active Page Border
   + greenish background, triangles or printer icons in the background,
     light blue frame, different shadow...
   => let's try

 * Draw menu entry: Shape or Shapes?
   + -1 (Heiko, Bogdan)
   + +1 (Stuart)
     + Shape --> Shapes, Sheet --> Sheets, Form --> Forms, Page (singular)
     + change all singular at once
   => trust the native speaker and do as Stuart suggest

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