The F3 key is used by LO to complete AutoText and not to repeat an action (Find for example). Below the vertical slide bar is an area with double arrows and a "circle" between them. It really is a tool for navigation. Click the "circle", and a windows opens with many things you can select. If you open the Find dialog and begin a search, you can use the double arrows to search for the next occurrence. It will continue to do so even if the Find dialog is closed. When one of these arrows are clicked, a search will be made for whatever was last selected as the search criterion.Hello I google for this, but didn't find if LO supports a keyboard shortcut for the Find feature to jump to the next occurence. It doesn't seem to implement Windows' standard F3 key. http://help.libreoffice.org/Writer/Shortcut_Keys_for_Writer#Function_Keys_for_LibreOffice_Writer http://www.killerkeys.com/open-libre-office-writer-keyboard-shortcuts http://community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/332 Which key does it provide? Thank you.
This is in addition to the Find toolbar that Regina mentioned. --Dan
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