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Am Dienstag, 1. Mai 2012, 18:54:05 schrieb Dan Lewis:
On Wed, 2012-05-02 at 00:36 +0200, Nino Novak wrote:
Hi Drew,

On Tuesday 01 May 2012, 18:22:04 drew jensen wrote:
Hi Nino

I haven't tried this, but from reading the earlier email - the page
break is injected with the use of a style, yes? Can't you just edit
style "P4" I think it was, so it doesn't create a page break?

Good thought.

However, I don't know how to alter this special style from the UI. It
does not show up in the styles dialog. Seems to be some special style
type. The mentioned style info is kept in the <office:automatic-styles>
section in the content.xml, whatever this means.


LO documents are zipped files. Change the extension of the file
from .odt to .zip. Then unzip it. The zipped file contains some files
and some folders; one of these files is content.xml. It can be edited
with an text editor. Search for <office:automatic-styles> in the text
editor. Without having an odt file with a page break in it, I can not
make any further comments.


that's exactly what I did (hence the detailed info in my first mail). But no 
chance to alter the page breaks from the UI. 

Thanks to all who replied!!! 

Good night,

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