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On 24/03/2011 00:56, Przemysław Kiliński wrote:
How is it possible to request a feature?

File an RFE.

E.g. I think it would be useful to implement out of the box:
I. simple i.e. MS Word-style page number insertion,

What, specifically, do you think would be simpler than the current
">Insert >Field >Page Number"?

II. shortcuts for line spacing such as CTR-1, CTR-5, CTR-2, CTR-0,

Line spacing is an attribute of the paragraph style. You could use each
of those control keys for a specific style with whatever specific line
spacing you want.

">Tools >Customize >Keyboard >CTRL 1": Add the specific style you want.

III. change The CASE shortcut: (SHIFT-F3 in MS Word),

">Tools >Customize >Keyboard >Shift F3": Add the specific case you want.

And if that isn't what you want to do, state specifically what you do want.

IV. return to the recent edit(s) (SHIFT-5)

That _might_ not be currently available.

V. shortcuts for increasing/decreasing indents ( CTR-M, SHIFT/CTR-M)

Margin width is an attribute of both the page style and paragraph style.
a) Which of those two styles are you wanting to change the indent, or
exdent of;
b) What is the issue with creating a new paragraph style with the
appropriate margin width?

So, is there any hope that these features will appear

You can hope, but Microsoft will distribute MSO under the AGPL, before
they all are part of LO.

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If Bing did not copy Google, there wouldn't be anything relevant worth

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