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Actually, Tom, it is probably so that different positions can be saved for different users who may be editing the same file (no way to tell different users apart if they haven't personalized it)...

On 2012-04-19 7:21 AM, Ron House <> wrote:
Thanks Tom and Jerry, it works like a charm!


On 15/04/12 16:58, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
I think it's an accident rather than a deliberate design choice.
Otherwise they would probably have put a tick-box in options somewhere
i guess. The work-around works though.
Regards from
Tom :)

--- On Sun, 15/4/12, Libre User<> wrote:

From: Libre User<>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] LibreOffice losing position between
Date: Sunday, 15 April, 2012, 5:49

You need to have entered some information in the User Data section
under Tools>Options>LibreOffice>User Data. Only a first name is
sufficient but the form can not be completely blank.

Also check the box labeled "Enable experimental (unstable) features"
under Tools>Options>LibreOffice>General


At 06:45 PM 4/14/2012, you wrote:
In openoffice, if I saved a document, when I next opened it, the
cursor was automatically positioned where it was when I left off.
This doesn't seem to be happening in libreoffice, as the cursor is
always at the top of the document, meaning one has to remember some
other way "where I was up to". I can't find any option to turn this
invaluable feature back on.

Is this a design decision, an oversight, or am I missing an option


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