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On 17/10/10 10:53, Jean Hollis Weber wrote:
On Sun, 2010-10-17 at 11:40 +0200, Cor Nouws wrote:
Hi Jean,

Jean Weber wrote (17-10-10 02:28)
On Sun, Oct 17, 2010, AG<>   wrote:
(iii) when opening a previously saved document, it would be nice if the
cursor went automatically to the last saved point of the document rather
than what seems to happen now which is to default to the beginning of the
doc.  This is especially helpful with large documents. because although
ctrl+end gets the job done to some extent, this only shifts the cursor to
the end of the document and not to the last point within where someone was
Some people (I am one) hate that, so it really needs to be a
user-selectable option. I thought that OOo had introduced such an
option, but I must be wrong; I can't find it anywhere.
It is in Tools|Options|Load/save>  General and then the first section, Load.
I don't see anything for where to have the document open: first page, or
where last edited. I see "Load user-specific settings with the document"
but not where to select that particular setting.


Me neither Cor. All I see under "Load" are two tick boxes with "Load user-specific settings with the document" and "Load printer settings with the document" Nothing else and certainly nothing remotely connected to load document at last saved point, or whatever such wording would be.


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