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On 2011/02/15 12:05 PM  Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)

The lines written under my name were not written by me.  Some geeky users might
notice that my name is on a single>  while the sentences following my name are
on a double>>  so again we see people editing previous emails in the thread and
unintentionally altering the message.  This time it is harmless and even
The problem is caused by the client you are using for email. It is not indicating the lines quoted from the mesage being replied to. It is not caused by the editing of previous emails.

From: Luuk<>
Sent: Tue, 15 February, 2011 15:10:56
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] How can I do this in Writer?

On 15-02-11 16:07, Matthew Young wrote:

I have a link for the image :


On 02/15/2011 08:54 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
On the 5th tab you can set the border.

To make the first letter large than the rest, is possible by changing
the font-size
And you also read the above lines? or did you overlook them?

This last line appears to be from you even though it isn't. There are no indications it is in the message being responded to. Please configure your email client properly

Larry I. Gusaas
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Canada
"An artist is never ahead of his time but most people are far behind theirs." - Edgard Varese

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