Font, font color and a lot of others can be found by selecting what you
want replaced clicking on the FORMAT button and then selecting the
formatting of the selected text that you are looking for. In the replace
field, enter the text you want to use as the replacement, click FORMAT
and select the formatting you want for that text.
For some reason ATTRIBUTES is only available for the field that you want
replaced--making it rather useless.
On 4/13/2020 8:45 AM, Toni B wrote:
I am reviewing *Writer Chapter 3 Working with Text Advanced*.. Under
find and replace techniques --> **Find and replace text attributes and
formatting, *I am unable to search for attributes such as *Font *or *Font
color*. Nothing appears in the *Find *box to select.
For example, following these steps below, no options appear under the
box to choose from:
On the *Find & Replace* dialog (with *Other Options* displayed), click
the *Attributes* button.
Select the attribute you wish to search for from the list in the
Attributes dialog and click *OK*. The names of the selected attributes
appear under the *Find:* box. For example, to search for text that has
been changed from the default font color, select the *Font Color*
I am using LibreOffice Writer version 220.127.116.11 on a Windows 10 PC, Is
anyone else able to get this working?
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