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This concerns LO Build ID: 350m1(Build:2) on Linux Mint 13 (Maya) LTS.

In Writer, clicking on the down / up buttons below the vertical scroll bar will - properly - move the focus to the top of the following / previous page.

However, I would much prefer to do that via a keyboard shortcut.

In the "Navigate" category of Writer's "Tools/Customize" menu there are two functions that should potentially achieve this:
"Previous Page" and "Next Page".

In the Shortcut Keys frame I've assigned Alt+PgDn (=Next(!) in the frame) to Next Page resp. Alt+PgUp (=Prior(!)) to Previous Page, but the result is not the same as with the mouse click: it is more like an ordinary scrolling motion.

Writer does not react at all to a simple PgUp or PgDn keypress.

Is there another way that I might achieve via the keyboard the same effect as with the navigation button clicks?



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