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01: Style templates in Writer.
02: This video shows how to user formatting styles in Writer.
03: Instructions and further information in writing can be found at:
04: The basic idea of this video is an exercise entitled "Style
Formatting Exercise", by Ellen Pape.
06: This file can be downloaded.
07: The previously existing protocol document entitled "Protocol
Training Data" from a complete teaching program was used for this video.
08: The video will show how to format the protocol document in the best
manner posible using formatting styles.
09: To begin, start Writer.
10: Then open the file "Protocol Training Data".
11: In the Styles and Formatting dropdown menu, the default "Default
Style" formatting is selected, indicating that the text of the document
has the default formatting style.
12: We will now alter this.
13: Pressing the F11 key will bring up the overview of the various
formatting styles available.
14: Using the right mouse button, click on "Heading" and then select "New".
15: Click on the "Organizer" tab, and type in the name "GLK-TOP".
16: Select the "Font" tab, and set the font to: Arial, 14 pt, bold.
17: On the "Font Effects" tab, choose SkyBlue2 as the colour.
18: Now choose the "Indents and Spacing" tab, and for "Spacing" enter:
Before text: 0,4 cm, After text: 0,2 cm.
19: Now click on OK.
20: A formatting style can be applied as follows:
21: Place the cursor in the desired area of text and double-click on the
formatting style you wish to apply.
22: Select GLK-TOP from the list of available formats.
23: Double-click on it.
24: Remove any hard line feeds / returns.
25: Using the right mouse button, click on TextBody, then choose New.
26: Click on the "Organizer" tab, and enter the name "GLK-Text".
27: Set the font to Arial, 11 pt, regular, under the "Font" tab.
28: Now choose the "Indents and Spacing" tab. Enter the values in
Spacing as: Before text: 0,0 cm, After text: 0,2 cm.
29: Click on OK.
30: Now we are going to format the text with the new formatting style
31: Play around with other settings in the Style tabs.
32: Now let's add numbering to our GLK-TOP formatting style.
33: Using the right mouse button, click on GLK-TOP, and then on Modify.
34: Select the "Outline and Numbering" tab.
35: Under the List styles, edit the style to choose a numbering style.
36: Now click on OK.
37: The heading in your document now has a number in front of it.
38: Let's move on to format the protocol document header - for this,
we'll create a specific header style "Protocol_Header".
39: Set up the font type, the direction, and spacing as for the previous
40: We will call this new formatting style "Protocol_Header".
41: The exercise is deliberately set up in this way. In daily usage, one
can avoid some of the steps above by applying the formatting style
GLK-Text to all of the text in the document, then applying the heading
styles, and finally the header styles.
Auf dem Mac, funktioniert die F11-taste nicht wie gewollt, da sie dem OS
reserviert wird (aufklappen des Fensters).
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