On Wed, 2012-04-25 at 08:20 -0400, M Robinson wrote:
Although I've unchecked the scrollbars (Tools -> Options -> LibreOffice
Writer -> View) they remain; restarting doesn't help either.
GnuPG is Free Software (meaning that it respects your freedom).
Extensible, customizable text editor---GNU Emacs; Where's yours?
I am not sure why these choices are even available. As you wrote,
they do not seem to do anything.
However, there is a way to remove the scrollbars: change the page
style so that the page size fits in the LO window, or expand the LO
window so that a page of the document fits within this window. This is
usually easier to do with the width than the height.
For example, I changed this to 10cm width and 15cm height. (I use
the metric system for this.) When I did this, the scrollbars
disappeared. But that is likely to create its own problems unless the
document should have the page size that you use.
The purpose of scrollbars in this case is to permit the user to see
any part of a page in Writer. How do you move from the top to the bottom
of a page if you want to see what is written there?
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