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On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 10:54 PM, Brian Barker <>wrote:

The option that is indeed present in (recent versions of?) Microsoft Word
but missing in LibreOffice is the display of the original, unedited version
of the document.  But you kept a separate copy of that, didn't you?

Yes, I do have the original. I'm not really concerned about preserving
that though. Was just looking for an easy (for me) way to toggle among the
three document states, original, edited, edits committed, so that in the
process of making my changes I could switch back and forth among the
various versions of the document. And the "switching" would occur at the
current cursor location. That way there's no mode change like Alt+Tab ing
to the original version of the document in another window then scrolling to
the current location.


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