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On Tue, 22 Mar 2016, nasrin khaksar wrote:

i use libreoffice 4.4.6 and i wanted to ask how can deactivate recent
document fonction.
and i appreciate you if someone help me to do this.
i want to libreoffice does not keep the recent document which i opened before.
thanks so much and god bless you all.

On 3/22/16, David Dorman <> wrote:
For most of the time I was using LibreOffice 4, the system kept track
the most recent documents and I was able to click on "Recent Documents"
to quickly go to a document I was working on.  At some point in the last
year, the function ceased to work.  When I upgraded to LibreOffice 5 I
thought the function might return, but it did not.  I tried to
re-activate the "Recent Documents" function by clicking on "Customize"
in the drop down menu under "Tools" and then clicking on "Recent
Documents" in the "Menu Content" box of the "Menus" tab, but from there
I could not figure out what to do to re-activate the "Recent Documents"
function.  I would appreciate help if anyone out there knows how I can
get the "Recent Documents" function to work again.

David Dorman

David Dorman
Chicago, Illinois
US Mobile Number: +1 860-389-1568

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