Context English Guarani (Paraguayan)
scripting.xhp
par_idN10A61
help.text
You see entries for "%PRODUCTNAME Macros" (scripts in the share directory of your %PRODUCTNAME installation), "My Macros" (scripts in the user directory), and the current document. Open any one of them to see the supported scripting languages.
scripting.xhp
par_idN10AA6
help.text
You see entries for "%PRODUCTNAME Macros" (scripts in the share directory of your %PRODUCTNAME installation), "My Macros" (scripts in the user directory), and the current document. Open any one of them to see the supported scripting languages.
scripting.xhp
par_idN10AE7
help.text
You see entries for share (scripts in the share directory of your %PRODUCTNAME installation), user (scripts in the user directory), and the current document. Open any one of them to see the supported scripting languages.
data_im_export.xhp
par_id4815820
help.text
You see the Copy Table dialog. Most databases need a primary key, so you may want to check the <emph>Create primary key</emph> box.
data_queries.xhp
par_idN1065F
help.text
You see the <link href="text/shared/explorer/database/02010100.xhp">Query Design window</link>.
data_tables.xhp
par_idN1065F
help.text
You see the <link href="text/shared/guide/data_tabledefine.xhp">Table Design</link> window.
macro_recording.xhp
par_id3150275
help.text
You see the small <emph>Recording</emph> dialog with just one button called <emph>Stop Recording</emph>.
startcenter.xhp
par_id0820200802524413
help.text
You see the Start Center when no document is open in %PRODUCTNAME. It is divided into two panes. <ahelp hid=".">Click a button on the left pane to open a new document or a file dialog.</ahelp>
data_tables.xhp
par_idN10795
help.text
You see the View Design window, which is almost the same as the <link href="text/shared/explorer/database/02010100.xhp">Query Design window</link>.
doc_save.xhp
par_id485549
help.text
You select this file type
redlining_doccompare.xhp
par_id4208807
help.text
You should always start with opening the newer document and compare it with the older document.
digitalsign_receive.xhp
par_id343943
help.text
You should click the <emph>Examine Certificate</emph> button and examine the certificate.
hyperlink_rel_abs.xhp
par_id3145382
help.text
You should create the same directory structure on your hard disk as that which exists in the web space hosted by your Internet provider. Call the root directory for the homepage on your hard disk "homepage", for example. The start file is then "index.html", the full path being "C:\homepage\index.html" (assuming Windows operating system). The URL on your Internet provider's server might then be as follows: "http://www.myprovider.com/mypage/index.html". With relative addressing, you indicate the link relative to the location of the output document. For example, if you placed all the graphics for your homepage in a subfolder called "C:\homepage\images", you would need to give the following path to access the graphic "picture.gif": "images\picture.gif". This is the relative path, starting from the location of the file "index.html". On the provider's server, you would place the picture in the folder "mypage/images". When you transfer the document "index.html" to the provider's server through the <emph>File - Save As</emph> dialog, and if you have marked the option <emph>Copy local images to Internet</emph> under <switchinline select="sys"><caseinline select="MAC"><emph>%PRODUCTNAME - Preferences</emph></caseinline><defaultinline><emph>Tools - Options</emph></defaultinline></switchinline><emph> - Load/Save - HTML Compatibility</emph>, $[officename] will automatically copy the graphic to the correct directory on the server.
error_report.xhp
par_id3149670
help.text
You will not get an answer to your error report. If you need support, please visit the <link href="text/shared/main0108.xhp">support forum</link> on the Internet.
convertfilters.xhp
par_draw54
help.text
Zoner Callisto/Draw
accessibility.xhp
par_id3146957
help.text
Zooming of on-screen user interface for menus, icons, and documents