I have delayed replying in order to install LO4.1 (was using 4.0.3), hoping
the sizing issue was not solved by this update. Unfortunately, it wasn't.
The "Cascade" command to which you refer is not in any version of Windows
(I'm using Win7, soon to be LinuxMint 15). Rather, it and the "Tile"
command and the "Compare Side by Side" command, are in MS Office under the
Window entry on the Toolbar. It is MS Office that I am trying to eliminate.
But the inability to look at two or more documents simultaneously (as I
could do with sheets of paper) is hampering that move. I had hoped that LO
had buried the commands somewhere that I, as a newbie, had not yet found.
I'm still looking and open to any suggestions.
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