Libreoffice in Ubuntu 12.04

Krishnakant Mane krmane at
Wed Sep 11 17:11:11 UTC 2013

I had the same curiosity for long time.
I would like to read the documentation, specially for spreadsheet.
happy hacking.

On 09/11/2013 08:00 PM, Peter Vágner wrote:
> Hello,
> I think it is a good idea to go to the tools -> settings... then 
> inside the accessibility treeview branch there is a checkbox saying 
> something like enable cursor inside read only documents.
> This makes help documents to be readable with orca but still I am 
> unable to figure out how I can move from the content treeview to the 
> actual document being opened. I can find and click it using flat 
> review though.
> Greetings
> Peter
> On 11.09.2013 13:38, mengualjeanphi at wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I am trying to access to the help of Libreoffice from my Ubuntu 12.04 
>> system. For that, I do F1. Then, I select the "Contents" page with 
>> arrow keys. Next, still with arrow keys in the tree, I choose "text 
>> document", "creating a text document" "browse and select".
>> Then, I do enter. On a Windows system, it seems the contents appears 
>> on the right part of the window and that it is possible to take off 
>> the focus there with tab and/or f6. I do not have this here. COuld 
>> someone test? I have two questions: 1. is the content displayed 
>> indeed on the screen (I cannot check myself)? and 2. how can I put 
>> there the focus and read it with Orca?
>> Thanks for your help
>> Regards

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