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On 03/17/2015 10:18 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
Actually i did get the same results as you on Ubuntu 14.04 and LibreOffice

I've not tried many layers but if i close 2 documents and then open either
one of them or something else then the newly opened document uses the same
place and size as whichever document i happened to close last.

I'm not sure if filling in the;

File - Properties - Description

with some spaces and stuff makes any difference but i think that is the
usual odd thing that makes it behave better.
Regards from
Tom :)

I'm not sure what you are referring to here. I've not seen this mentioned before.

I've looked at Options-->Load/Save-->General and see the Load user-specific settings with document. I have it checked and this seems like a "user-specific" setting but the size is not honored.

Of course I am still on I thought maybe it had changed but I guess not.

Regards,  Jim

On 17 March 2015 at 14:39, Jim Byrnes <> wrote:

On 03/17/2015 06:31 AM, Tom Davies wrote:

Hi :)
Is this set by the OS rather than by LibreOffice?  Oddly it does work for
me on Ubuntu 14.04.


It does for me to as far as the OS part of it goes, I did a poor job of
asking my question. If I have 2 spreadsheets A & B. A is run full screen
and B is run using half the screen. If I shutdown A and then reopen A it is
full screen. If I shut down B and then reopen B it takes half the screen.
What I am asking about is if I shut down A and then open B, B will open
full screen.  what I would like is A to always be fullscreen and B to
always be half screen.

Regards. Jim

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