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November 21, 2006

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Navigator - Yes I saw that but ...
In MS Word you can use Ctl F to open Search. You can use the the third tab (Go to) to go to a specific page in a doc. How do you go do that in OO?

Hi Daniel,

You use the Navigator. Press F5, and in the page number field type the page to go to and press Enter. You don't even need to go to a different tab.

Hi,
Navigator is a great tool however, is there a way how to jump directly to specific page number without opening Navigator, clicking to the page number field, type page number there and press Enter? Something like Ctrl-G in kpdf, which opens small dialog with focus in the input field for page number... It is simple and very fast because you cannot move your hand from keyboard to a mouse and back again.

Navigator is a good thing. But, unless I am missing something hier, it lacks the ability to show under which heading your cursor is currently. It would be useful in really long documents like dissertations.

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Very nice explanations. I was wondering if its possible to define more than the 3 standard header settings?

Best,
Alana
http://www.onlydownloads.net

Hi Alana,

Definitely, just keep going with the styles. Heading1, Heading2, Heading3, Heading4, and if you need more than 10 make some more. Format > Styles and Formatting shows all the paragraph styles.

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