Hi Lucasz, Miroslaw
Mirosław Zalewski wrote
whether there is a chance for improvement in libre office writer,
headers and footers, so that was outside of the document and not in the
document? as in ms office.
By "outside of the document", Łukasz means "on the margins". In MS Word
and newer you can place text in the header/footer that is on the margin.
Honestly, I can't decide if this is great idea or just stupid.
You always could write the header/footer "on the margins" (both in LO and in
MS Word). You just need to slide the ruler limiters to the grey part ;)
One limitation of LO 3.4.x (haven't tested on 3.5) is that the Text
Boundaries line of the Header/Footer doesn't adjust to this new size (i.e.
no longer contains the text or objects in the
It is a GOOD thing that LO allows this, Miroslaw. If you notice most books,
the Header and Footer (in particular page numbers) are outside the text
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