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Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: autotext? question.


Oh sorry , I see now. I'm not sure how you've linked the text string "formula"<Enter> to be a macro to launch the standard autotext. Not aware it can be within LibreOffice.

Set as an os/DE keyboard macro--outside LibreOffice--but calling the "FN"+<F3> autotext?


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From: Thomas Blasejewicz
Sent: Monday, April 15, 2019 11:23 PM
To: V Stuart Foote
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: autotext? question.

Thank you.
I just found that entry.
FN+F3 is fine by me, but how do I get rid of "formula"+enter.
I could not (yet) find a way to edit (delete) those standard entries.

Thomas


On 2019/04/16 12:49, V Stuart Foote wrote:
> That is the "Formula Numbering" standard autotext--shortcut is "FN".
>

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