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From Amali Praveena Soban Kumar <>
Subject Re: Turning off a feature
Date Wed, 17 Sep 2014 23:26:27 GMT
Hi catpaws cafe,
I'm not sure of this, but is your user profile okay? because i'm not getting the blue double
arrows in my system.


On Wednesday, 17 September 2014, 16:09, Catpaws Cafe <> wrote:

Here's a screenshot

On Wednesday, 17 September 2014, 18:04, Catpaws Cafe <> wrote:

I've closed and re-opened.  I've even re-started the laptop.  Still there.

On Wednesday, 17 September 2014, 17:45, Amali Praveena Soban Kumar <>

Hi catpawscafe,
When you close the document and open it again, the already set find and replace options will
go away. This is one solution I know of right now.
Every time you do find and replace, the values&options are set and when you click double
arrow to go the next page, it is doing a find of the word you set in the dialog.
You can use menu View->Navigator and enter the page number to navigate to a particular
page in OO document.

On Thursday, 18 September 2014, 6:31, Catpaws Cafe <> wrote:

I find it really difficult to use the Help Section, because the majority of the time - as
I am sure many of us self taught people can relate to - I do not know what a certain feature
is "officially" called.  Maybe in future versions one could POINT or mouse click on an icon
or whatever it is bugging you and find out what it is?

Right now, I'm having problems getting back to my document after using the find and replace
feature (which
 I couldn't get to do what I wanted, but that's another story.  Now I can't switch it off.
 The double arrow in the margin that is used to click down a page at the time instead of scrolling,
is highlighted in blue and thus does not work.  How do I turn it off, back to normal?  I wish
I'd never tried to use it, but you know It's there, it's supposed to make one's life easier...
right now I think manually reading my 300pg document would have been quicker....

Help!  I have a deadline to meet...
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