There are many options depending on how quickly and easily you want people to see it.
Once you have chosen which license you want to use there is a logo that you can copy&paste directly
onto the page. Then right-click on the logo to get the "Picture" dialogue box and hunt for the
place to put a url address. Copy&paste the link to the CreativeCommons page about the license you
For example the link to the "CC by SA" license (as used for the Published Guides) is
errr, that's the English (GB) page for it anyway (obviously).
Tbh i hadn't realised that CC did a lot of different languages. I'd kinda assumed they just wrote
it up in just Eng (US) so that was a nice surprise :)
If you do it that way and then Export to Pdf when people see the little logo they find they can
click on it and that opens a new tab in their web-browser or opens their default web-browser at the
You could, either in addition to that or instead of doing it, just add the url into the document so
that people can read the url before clicking on it.
Another way might be to use
File - Properties - Description
to hide the links or/and full description in there. Just copy&pasted from the Creative Commons
From: csanyipal <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, 1 August 2013, 12:50
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Re: License for a LO Calc document?
I have plan to sharing it say on the Internet, or say on a flesh drive that
I bring in to the school where I'm working.
I want to use Creative Commons License ( CC ).
In this case I will put the License for myLO Calc Spreadsheet file on my
( one can see how to do that here: http://creativecommons.org/choose/
<http://creativecommons.org/choose/> ) ,
but I think I should to give some information for the future users of the
spreadsheet about CC License for this work.
Can I give this information in the Calc spreadsheet itself?
Best Regards from
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