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Greetings to you all.  I'm new to Libre Office.

I'm wondering if there's a way to duplicate/replace attributes from one paragraph to another in so that they are formatted identically.

A frequent problem for me (typically when I copy & paste from elsewhere) is that two sentences/paragraphs just won't line up properly (perhaps even in a numbered list), I assume due to various formatting reasons including different fonts, sizes, tabs, margins, alignment, and/or anything else that might affect placement and display on the page. They seem to be the same in the original source as far as I can tell, but once copied and pasted to a document in Libre some of the paragraphs seem to get out of wack.

Trying to apply the exact same attributes to the paragraph or sentence that's out of wack just doesn't seem to work - probably because I don't know what attributes have been applied and/or simply don't know how to get the same effect in a consistent way.

Perhaps there is an "attribute tree" mode so that I can see what set of attributes has been applied? Either just plain text or perhaps through a graphical representation maybe? I guess I don't need to see it if I can simply apply from one to another - sort of like the eye dropper from a paint program copies the color from one spot so you can apply the same color to another spot only here instead of color, it would be text placement & display attributes.

Thank you in advance.

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