LibreOffice Basic IDE keyboard shortcuts

LibreOffice Basic IDE
F5

Run code starting from the first line, or from the current breakpoint, if the program stopped there before

↑   Shift + F5

Stop

F7

Add watch for the variable at the cursor

F8

Single step through each statement, starting at the first line or at that statement where the program execution stopped before.

↑   Shift + F8

Single step as with F8, but a function call is considered to be only one statement

F9

Set or remove a breakpoint at the current line or all breakpoints in the current selection

↑   Shift + F9

Enable/disable the breakpoint at the current line or all breakpoints in the current selection

↑   Shift + Ctrl + Q

Stop a runing macro (this shortcut also works outside of the Basic IDE)

Note: If you are inside the Basic IDE and the macro halts at a breakpoint, Shift+Ctrl+Q stops execution of the macro, but you can recognize this only after the next F5, F8, or Shift+F8.

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Program information

Program name: LibreOffice Basic IDE (Developer tools)

Web page: https://help.libreoffice.org/C...


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