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Generic These settings are necessary for LibreOffice to be usable for everyone and, as such, comply with our design principles.
Advanced These settings aren't necessary for the usability of LibreOffice and don't comply with our design principles.
Contextual These settings are relevant only in special situations and should be presented elsewhere in the UI.
Unnecessary These settings can be gotten rid of as they have been obviated by a change in LibreOffice's behavior/functionality.
New These settings are not currently found in the global sections of the Options dialog but are in fact generic application-wide options.
- These settings are yet to be sorted.


Print Options

Title -
Specifies whether you want the name of the document to be included in the printout. -
Formula text -
Specifies whether to include the contents of the Commands window at the bottom of the printout. -
Border -
Applies a thin border to the formula area in the printout. Title and Formula text are only set down by a frame if the corresponding check box is active. -

Print Format

Original size -
Prints the formula without adjusting the current ‍font size. It is possible that with large formulas a part of the command text is cut off. -
Fit to size -
Adjusts the formula to the page format used in the printout. The real size will be determined by the used paper format. -
Scaling -
Reduces or enlarges the size of the printed formula by a specified enlargement factor. Type the desired enlargement factor directly in the Scaling control, or set the value using the arrow buttons. -

Other Options

Ignore ~ and ' at the end of the line -
Specifies that these space wildcards will be removed if they are at the end of a line. In earlier versions of LibreOffice, adding such characters at the end of a line prevented the right edge of the formula from being cut off during printing. -
Embed only used symbols (smaller file size) -
Saves only those symbols with each formula that are used in that formula. In earlier versions of LibreOffice, all symbols were saved with each formula. -