Libreoffice 1:5.1.6~rc2-0ubuntu1~xenial2 el-GR (el_GR.UTF-8)this states that :Zoom is stored in the document in LibreOffice. I have an odb with a 'switchboard' (simple form not connected to a table or so). From that I open (using macros in buttons) some reports. Reports are opened (as title in them states) as readonly. If I change the zoom in the report and close it (not saving anything), the zoom in the switchboard is not changing (which is OK). If after that I close the 'switchboard' (having the 'default' zoom) and reopen it the zoom has changed to the previously closed report (which was closed before closing the 'switchboard', which had a standard zoom).I use this for opening the switchboard:
Go-to task manager, kill all firefox/chrome (shadow) instances, if any; Restart firefox/chrome, then remove the zoom launcher plugin; Click host a meeting from. Moves the slide within the LibreOffice window. Place the pointer on the slide, and drag to move the slide. When you release the mouse, the last tool you used is selected. LibreOffice has improved significantly the import of Microsoft Office documents. It can also save to.docx,.xlsx, pptx, which IIRC OpenOffice only imports. Because of the Coverity fixes, the constant refactoring, the various contributors, LibreOffice has many performance improvements.
Sub OpenMyForm(frmName As String)
clearthings: set ObjTypeWhat = NothingEnd Sub
And I have attached to open event of switchboard:
Dim xCurrentController as Object Dim xLayoutManager as Object' If Design mode, just exit the routine and display standard menu and toolbars' xCurrentController = thisComponent.CurrentController If xCurrentController.isFormDesignMode Then Exit Sub End If xLayoutManager = thisComponent.CurrentController.Frame.LayoutManager xLayoutManager.visible = falseclearthings: set xLayoutManager = Nothing set xCurrentController = NothingEnd Sub