On Thursday 04 Nov 2010 10:11:34 Peter Rodwell wrote:
Quoting Graham Lauder:
There is an extension which is pretty much a compulsory install on any
OOo instance l use and it does what you ask here.
Thanks! It does indeed do what I want (and a lot more). Now if I can just
figure out how to open that when I hit Ctrl-F instead of opening the
standard Find & Replace...
Sure, Tools> customize. select keyboard tab.
In Shortcut keys pane select ctrl+F
in the Category pane select LibreOffice Macros>user>altsearch>altsearch
In functions pane select altsearch
click "Modify" Ctrl+F should appear in the Keys pane
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