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Hi Jan,

Ian Whitfield schrieb:

On 11/13/2014 05:28 PM, Brian Barker wrote:
At 17:03 13/11/2014 +0200, Ian Whitfield wrote:
Well it looks as if the PClinuxOS version of LO has omitted or taken
out this function. No matter which way I open the file I get _NO_
option in 'View' that has anything to do with HTML!!

In that operating system, do you have something like right-click |
Open With > | LibreOffice Writer? Does that produce the desired effect?

YES Brian we do have that in PCLOS - but still the same result... NO
option under 'View'.

try this:
1. menu File > New > HTML Document. Now you should have an HTML-source-icon between ABC-icon and Print-Preview-icon. If it is not there, see below.
2. menu Insert > Document.
3. Click on the HTML-source-icon. You have to save the file, otherwise HTML-source view is not possible.
4. Click the icon again to switch back to Web-Layout.

If the icon is not there, you can customize the toolbar. You find the command 'HTML source' in the category 'Options'.

If New > HTML Document is missing, use the macro (you might need to correct line breaks):

sub createHTML
Dim NoArgs() as new
Dim oDocument as Object
Dim sUrl as String
sUrl = "private:factory/swriter/web"
oDocument = StarDesktop.LoadComponentFromURL(sUrl,"_default",0, NoArgs())
End Sub

Kind regards

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