At 17:40 27/07/2013 -0700, Scott Lo wrote:
The "Cascade" command to which you refer is not in any version of Windows ...
Right-click on an empty portion of the Taskbar and you should find
Cascade Windows, Tile Windows Horizontally, and Tile Windows
Vertically (or similar).
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 ...
You can open two documents in LibreOffice; you get two windows which
you can then resize and position manually or tile or cascade as
above. If you prefer, you can save screen space by suppressing
toolbars in one or other window. It may not be a single window and
it may not be as automatic as you prefer, but it is some sort of a workaround.
(You can split the screen in Calc but not in Writer, it seems.)
I trust this helps.
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