Customize context menu in Writer – LO52

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New created context menu: Format Cells

The video "Customize context menu" links to this page here, which contains more information.

The video shows how to customize a context menu and create a submenu in Writer.

This description refers to the version LibreOffice 5.2.

Link to the Video

Link to the Video (in German [DE]): Kontextmenü anpassen in Writer – LO52

Customize context menu

You open Writer.

You select the menu Extras ▸ Customize....

In the dialog box: "Customize" select the "Context Menu" tab.

At "Menu" select "Table".

Click the Add button.

Now left at "Range", select "Table" and right at "Command", select "Center".

Click the Add button and click Close.

Use the Down Arrow or Up Arrow button to move the "Center" icon to the desired position.

You click on OK.

Choose Table ▸ Insert Table from the menu and then click Button Insert.

Click the right mouse button in the table.

Now "Center" can be selected for the table cells.

Create submenu

You select the menu: Tools ▸ Customize....

In the dialogue box: "Customize" select the "Context Menu" tab.

At "Menu" select "Table".

For entries scroll down.

Click on the "Center" symbol.

You click the Change button and Add Separator.

You click the Change button and Insert Submenu....

You enter a name, for example: "Format cells" and OK.

The submenu is now created.

At "Menu" select "Format table cells".

Click the Add button.

Now left at "Range", select "Table" and right at "Command", "Center" and click the Add button.

Click the Add button again.

Scroll down.

Click the "Bottom" icon and click the Add and Close button.

Click the "Center" icon at "Entries".

Click the Down Arrow button once.

The symbols are now displayed in the correct order, You click on OK.

Select Table ▸ Insert Table... from the menu and click on the Insert button.

Click the right mouse button in the table.

Select "Format cells" from the context menu.

Now you can format table cells vertically "Top", "Middle" and "Bottom" as desired.

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