N/APosted on - 12/06/2013
I have been using Windows Office for my projects for a long time and I have enjoyed a particular shortcut which allows repeat of recent action in Ms Word (F4 key) for example, if the last action was cut or paste, pressing this key will repeat this action, I got a new Dell OptiPlex with Ubuntu 13.10 pre Installed and I have been looking for a way to reproduce the same shortcut on Oracle document editor, how can I achieve this?
Replication of the shortcut used in Windows for Ubuntu
Seems you are about to use Oracle Document Editor to do regular MS office job. That is not a regular case, because most of the user migrated to ubuntu use libre office or star office etc – FROS Office package.
So, if you use Oracle document Editor, you may not be able to enjoy thousands of feature MS Office offers, because definitely it is not meant for that. On the Contrary, Oracle document editor also holds certain features, which is unique.
Any open office package contains several features similar or nearly similar to MS office, you need to explore shortcut editors to check whether this option is present in your version of open office software or not.
You may consider to create some macros to use office more intelligently.