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Hi avamk,

avamk schrieb:

I would love to fully utilise templates in my Writer documents, but am still
confused about its organisation.

When I open the Styles and Formatting window, it shows all styles under the
Default "category". I can make changes to, and add new entries under
Default. However, I do not like organising my styles this way, because I
can't delete the stock styles in it.

Is there a way to start my own set of styles from scratch, independent from
the Default group? Once I created my styles, how do I save them into a file
so as to use in other documents?

Each new document is based on a document template. This template contains a set of styles. For to get your own set of styles you have to generate a document and save it as document template. You can made your favorite template a default then.

Only in very few cases it is necessary to create own, independent styles, but in most cases it is better to alter an existing styles to contain the settings you need. Such changes do not effect other document templates.

Kind regards

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