I am new to this forum. So please .... be kind. I have been using
LibreOffice for some time now; home use only. I have two suggestions to
pose for possible inclusion into LibreOffice. So, here goes.
Suggestion One: Include "Check for updates" to perform online checking
for updates to LibreOffice. At present, it appears that the only way to find
out if there are any updates is by receiving an email; or maybe by a
third-party application ... such as SUMo.
Suggestion Two: I would like to see a "navigation" tool (short-cut) or
whatever you call it/them, that when used will send the user to the end of
any type document or form and to the end of the last line, data, etc. At
present, I have not found any such "tool" to do this. I have to manually
scroll down to the end of the document in order to add more data to a
document. This can be very time consuming particularly if there is a large
amount of data. This navigation tool needs to be available for all types of
documents, forms, data sheets, whatever.
Anyway, thanks for listening.
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