I so agree;
I so dislike the computer thinking it knows better than me on how to
compose a page, or how to spell, or capitalize ... ... ...
The bullets are in some toolbar; this toolbar can be removed through
On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 5:54 PM, George E Noon <email@example.com> wrote:
I am using LibreOffice 3.4.5 and am trying to manually copy a set of
Constitution & By-Laws of a Fraternal group I'm a Secretary in.
For today, at least, I've had to give up on it --- no matter what I
do, I cannot type in the text as I want it. Somewhere in the program,
Bullets & Numbering is turned on by default & no matter what I do, I can
not turn that feature [anti-feature, really!]' off.
The net result is that no matter what I do, for making a copy of this
document, LibreOffice seems to worse than useless....
I really hope that someone can be of assistance with this.
I would really like to be able to permanently and irrevocably disable
the bullets & Numbers as it is by far the greatest annoyance in this
program, and definitely not needed at all, especially when one can not have
in operate the way you want it to, but only the way someone else wants.
George E Noon
Plymouth County Massachusetts
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