Errr, that seems like a fairly crazy thing to do. Surely
the opposite would be better? Normal save overwrites the
previous version of the document and makes it difficult to
create back-ups. Plus it restricts what formats can be
used. If someone opens a document in some stupid format
such as DocX it would be advantageous to save in something
more reliable and longer-lasting
Apols and regards from
From: Vieri <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, 11 June 2013, 8:36
Subject: [libreoffice-users] disable "save as" in odt
I'm trying to do something apparently quite simple.
I'd like to disable the "save as" button in toolbar and
menu and leave the "save" action enabled.
In other words, I'd like the user to just be able to
"save" and not "save as".
How can I do this?
I tried setting a custom macro so it's associated to the
"save as" event. I'd save the macro in the .odt (not
application-wide). All's well except for the fact that when
the user tries to "save as" then the custom macro is called
AND the normal "save as" process is also called. My custom
macro just prints a message on the screen saying something
like "Please SAVE, don't SAVE AS". How can I "block" LO from
my macro so it doesn't continue with the standard "save as"
I tried deleting the "save as" entries from the
Tools->customize sections but it seems to remove "save
as" at the app level, not at the document level.
Any suggestions greatly appreciated,
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