This menu contains commands for editing the contents of the current document.
Reverses the last command or the last entry you typed. To select the command that you want to reverse, click the arrow next to the Undo icon on the Standard bar.
Reverses the action of the last Undo command. To select the Undo step that you want to reverse, click the arrow next to the Redo icon on the Standard bar.
Repeats the last command. This command is available in Writer and Calc.
Removes and copies the selection to the clipboard.
Copies the selection to the clipboard.
Inserts the contents of the clipboard at the location of the cursor, and replaces any selected text or objects.
Inserts the contents of the clipboard into the current file in a format that you can specify.
Selects the entire content of the current file, frame or text object.
Toggle the visibility of the Find toolbar to search for text or navigate a document by element.
Finds or replaces text or formats in the current document.
Lists the commands that are available for tracking changes in your file.
Compares the current document with a document that you select. The contents of the selected document are marked as deletions in the dialogue box that opens. If you want, you can insert the contents of the selected file into the current document by selecting the relevant deleted entries, clicking Reject, and then clicking Insert.
Imports changes made to copies of the same document into the original document. Changes made to footnotes, headers, frames and fields are ignored. Identical changes are merged automatically.
You can change or remove each link to external files in the current document. You can also update the content of the current file to the most recently saved version of linked external file. This command does not apply to hyperlinks, and is not available if the current document does not contain links to other files.
Lets you edit a selected OLE object that you inserted from the Insert - OLE Object submenu.
Use the Edit Mode icon to activate or deactivate the edit mode.