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Hello, Maurice,

This is a whole philosophy thing...and it goes back to Microsoft Word for DOS, I believe, if not earlier.

The general philosophy is that structural/style items like indents at the beginning of every paragraph should be set up in the paragraph formatting and not keyed in for each paragraph.

If you need some paragraphs indented and some not, then you need to set up two separate "styles".

I'll admit to not studying styles in LO yet, but it is a very powerful feature--that few use--in MSO.



On 2010-11-30 7:12 AM, Maurice Batey wrote:
I don't want to turn grammar checking off, but the marker lines at
the beginning of every paragraph are distracting...

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