On Sat, 2012-03-17 at 18:41 +0700, John Francis Lee wrote:
I've found a bilingual plain text copy of Wizard of Oz and have set up
the individual chapters, right page/left page with chapter headings. I
found the illustrations as well and will print them separately in color
and just insert them as right pages.
But how do I put all the individual chapters together to make the book?
All the chapters begin with a right hand page. I thought I could just
insert each chapter, add a blank left page if need be... although I
thought LibreOffice might be smart enough to put a left page betwen two
right pages... until I was finished.
If I insert the files into a new file LibreOffice gets stupid and tries
to use the style settings from Chapter 1 for the whole book... it looks
I tried inserting the chapters as so-called sections, but LibreOffice
got stupid again and used its own idea of style to format the thing.
Any help appreciated.
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What you need to do is use Master Documents. The Writer Guide
contains a chapter on this topic. Link to this guide below:
(FYI: The Writer Guide was written in chapters which were then
combined using Master Documents.)
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