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charles meyer wrote:
Hi Folks,

I'm in super hurry mode.

Is there a quicker way than this to reach a certain page in Libre

use the "Navigator" to jump to a certain page:

Hit CTRL+SHIFT+F5 to open the navigator, with the cursor in the input
field for the page number.

In MS Word, you just hit Crtl+H.

In LibreOffice 5.3.0 on Windows, either Ctrl+G or Ctrl+Shift+F5 opens a "Go to page" dialog where you can type a page number and hit Enter to jump to that page. I don't think it could be much quicker than that.

In LibreOffice 5.1.6 on Linux Mint, Ctrl+G does nothing and Ctrl+Shift+F5 opens the Navigator as you describe.

It looks like both versions bind Ctrl+Shift+F5 to Navigate > Go to Page, but the older version uses the Navigator for that while the newer version has a separate dialog (and also binds Ctrl+G by default). If you just want Ctrl+G to do what Ctrl+Shift+F5 currently does (using Navigator) you should be able to add that keyboard binding at Tools > Customise > Keyboard.


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