On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 10:35 AM, Sérgio Marques <email@example.com> wrote:
Your information was relevant.
Hmm - your fix seems suboptimal.
the HEADING one is the paragraph style entries in Format & Styles, you got
i.e. those are the styles to structure and format your documents.
You did choose
I think this is misleading, as the "Heading" style is not meant for
structuring, but to define basic styling (Font, ....) for all the
other headers, instead of setting this for each Header 1-10 manually.
(i.e. you're not supposed to apply that style to your document, but
only use the numbered ones, the one without number is only to define
The HEADER one on the other hand has nothing to do with
heading-styles, but it is the one meant for the area on top of each
page, that is the same on all pages (the thing at the bottom is the
footer), you set it in Format|Page
As there are left and right pages, there is the base Header style and
also Header left and Header right.
Of course I don't really know Portuguese, but having the same word for
both sounds really strange to me (and the pt_BR variant uses Titulo
for the Heading ones)
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