Need a temporary hotkey or shortcut in openoffice writer in linux
I'm using Mint9, and making labels with openoffice writer. I find myself going through a bunch of keystrokes every little while that I'd like to convert to a macro or two to simplify my work.
"alt-vzpo" and then "alt-vzwo" to change the view first to "page width" and then to "whole page".
Id like to have a macro or hotkey or shortcut to toggle those two, or two separate ones to accomplish each.
What I'm thinking is to build them into environmental variables to be established when I start openoffice writer (With a command line) and then to remove those environmental variables when I exit. I used to do similar things in DOS, but it's been a long time and this isn't DOS.
Is there a better way? Or if that would be the best way, how do I go about writing a script that will do that? Or would it even work?