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Re: [libreoffice-users] Paragraph styles for list styles
- Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Paragraph styles for list styles
- From: Dan Lewis <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 10 May 2012 09:05:20 -0400
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
On Wed, 2012-05-09 at 23:45 -0300, Carlos Pita wrote:
> Hi all,
> I find this description in the documentation very misleading:
> Each of the list styles predefined in Writer has four associated
> paragraph styles. For example, the
> Numbering 1 list style is associated with four paragraph styles:
> Numbering 1
> Numbering 1 Cont.
> Numbering 1 End
> Numbering 1 Start
> In what sense list style "Numbering 1" is related to paragraph styles
> "Numbering 1 *"? What one can see is that the N in paragraph styles
> "Numbering N *" is related to indentation level and not intended for
> working in tandem with the list style "Numbering N". One can use
> paragraph style "Numbering 1" with any of the list styles, because
> concerns seem to be completely orthogonal.
> Can you clarify the relationship between paragraph styles "Numbering N
> *" and list style "Numbering N"?
> What scenarios are paragraph styles "Numbering N *" and "List N *" intended for?
> Thank you a lot
Was this documentation in a Styles chapter of the Writer Guide
perhaps? If so, where in this guide was it located? If not, what
documentation did you mean?
I think the answer you are seeking is found in the Styles and
Use the F11 key to open it. There are several icons at the top; the
one of the left (Paragraph styles) is the one you want. At the bottom of
the window is a drop down list with Automatic selected by Default
(unless you have changed it). Select "All Styles". In that list you will
find the Numbering N * paragraph styles. Right click anyone of them and
select Modify from the context menu (it is a pop up window.) Click the
"Outline & Numbering" tab. When you want to add a numbering or bullet
style to your paragraph style, you select it here.
The paragraph style dictates the properties of the paragraph. The
numbering (or list [bullet]) style dictates the numbering that appears
at the beginning of each paragraph.
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