Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:
I am working on a translation and there is a list of items.
I have to mark those with (a), (b) etc.
entering (c) results in the copyright mark.
I deleted THAT entry from the autocorrect list, shut down LO, restarted
it still insists on putting the copyright mark there - which I do NOT want.
In a new document it gives me just (c)
Is there a way of turning that wrong autocorrect behavior off?
If you are using Writer, use a list style to produce your (a), (b),
(c), etc. This requires modifying the list style so that it uses letters
and the letters are surrounded by parentheses.
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