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Jean-Francois Nifenecker wrote:
Le 15/08/2012 21:37, Dan a écrit :

        Or you could keep your cursor below the top of the text area of
a document. You could also create a default template which will have a
solid 10% gray line around the text area. Just don't stray above the top
of this "grey box".

The simpler, the better: just set non-printable characters as visible
(F10), you'll also get the text limits (v.3.6). Second, this *should* be
the normal use of a text processor: seeing what's being entered is
crucial, imo.

I think that the non-printable characters is Control+F10. Using F10 opens the File Menu in LO for me.


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