On 20/07/2012 at 19:35, Karen DInse <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
We are using Windows XP, and LibreOffice 220.127.116.11
I'm trying to set up a document that has multiple page styles on the same
page. For example: The top of the page has margins set at: left 1.2",
right .5", top .3" and bottom 1.0". Our company name and address would be
shown there. No problem doing that, but then, I need to change the margins
to all be set at 1".
I've tried using styles and/or headers, but I can't get it to work. Is
I don't understand.
You need to have page with all margins set to 1" and company data at header?
So you need one page style.
Or maybe you want one page with different margins, and another with margins set
to 1", both displaying company data in header (having different margins in one
document isn't the best idea, though)? Then you need two page styles. You must
copy company data from header of one style to header of second style. If you
ever change that data in one header, you must do so for second.
Please post detailed explanation of what are expected results of your work,
what are you trying to achieve.
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