Did you apply the outline with the buttons in the tool bar or by
applying a style.
If you used the buttons, you may be stuck. If you used a style you can
edit the style you used and all outline with that style should change.
I have encountered this in the past and avoid those buttons, to my way
of thinking the buttons should operate by applying a style and not by
overloading a style.
On 2012-03-23 05:35, Dotan Cohen wrote:
To change the indent for multiple Outlines in a Writer document, one
can select them with the mouse and then alter their properties.
However, one must then be careful not to select any non-Outline text.
To change all the Outline indentation without painstakingly selecting
the relevant sections in 39 pages, I tried looking in the Styles for a
style to alter. None of the styles seems to be correct, though, even
the promisingly-named "List Indent" style. So how does one change the
default outline indent for a document?
Better yet, if this is addressed in the fine manual I would love to
know where. I cannot seem to find it.
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