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Hi :)
Please, when replying do a "Reply to all" or "Group reply" or "Reply to list".  Thanks for trying 
to work-around the 'problem' of me getting duplicates of your replies but i really don't mind 
getting duplicates.  It's easy to hit the delete key.  I think we are supposed to delete-out 
individual's addresses from the "To" and "CC" fields but sometimes that means the person that 
posted doesn't get any of the replies because they are not properly subscribed to the mailing list. 
 It's easier just to send to the list and everyone and let them quickly hit their delete key when 
they see the same message got through twice.  

The mailing lists used to have a really clever way of handling all this but various people prefer 
it this way around :(  The rest of us have just learned to live with it.  

Sorry about all that!! 

It should be possible to "Cascade" any windows that are in a group on your taskbar surely?  Don't 
you just right-click on the 'button' on the taskbar and select "Cascade"?  Win Xp and earlier going 
back to Win98 had something like that didn't they?  Vista and Win7 too?  So, is this problem only 
happening on Win8?  

Also which version of LibreOffice are you using?  If you have any trouble at all with 4.1.0 then 
just uninstall it and go back to 4.0.4.  That 3rd digit show how many "service packs" the branch 
has had so about .4 becomes very very stable and predictable.  Most people will find even 
beta-testing versions plenty stable enough but some will find odd things that don't quite work for 
them, in which case just go back to the stable branch.  

Regards from 
Tom :)  

From: "" <>
Sent: Monday, 22 July 2013, 20:57
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Automatic sizing of documents in single window

Hello, Tom, and thanks for replying

The documents (at this time) are all text and spreadsheet.  The ones that I open as a group all 
contain different, but related, information that I consolidate or replace. After I get this data 
together, it will be time for the slide-show (or dog and pony show, depending on whose watching.)

In MSOffice, I had the option of selecting all or some of these and having them tile or cascade in 
the window (using the MS terms.)  That's what I'm trying to replicate.  Right now, I'm doing this 
manually, and anything of three kills a great deal of time.  I may be out of luck or have to wait 
for another version to roll out.


BTW, the reply on the LO web site tried to send your answer to me to you again, so I'm replying 

Hi :)
Is it a Draw document/picture or an Impress slide-show?  If so the extra panes are for fairly 
crucial things you are likely to need when editing. 

Regards from
Tom :) 

    From: jumper46 <>
    Sent: Monday, 22 July 2013, 16:50
    Subject: [libreoffice-users] Automatic sizing of documents in single window

    Is there a function to automatically size several documents (as they are
    brought into focus) into a single display window?  In Windows, one is adding
    panes to the window.  I wish  to eliminate having to resize every document
    each time I add or remove another in the display.


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