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2012 Archives by date, by thread · List index wrote:> hello
> I'm looking for :
> 1 - how block an image/a graphic to background for OTT?
> -because i wanted to create new document template for my colleagues not modify to background OR cancel background..
> 2 - VERY IMPORTANT: i NEED to be disable "over mouse"!!!!...because when my mouse is over to background and click it so i cant write my words because background is selected..but background is already to send back (use send to back) > like as example impress has MASTER SLIDE so it can't modify background close of master, this is very GOOD for impress but i want same to my writer with template
> i use libreoffice 3.5.4

Please, when you are asking questions, compose a new email rather than replying to someone email. Your email came in the midst of four emails: three were discussing Base, and the four was yours that had nothing to do with Base. This is because I tell my email client to thread the emails. So do many of the other members of this list. This groups the incoming emails (original and replies) by the original subject. I have composed your original email including your subject. Now this will be seen as a new subject and any replies will be threaded with it. Now to answer at least part of your question: background images for OTT documents. You need to open the Page style of your document, and enter the required data in the Background tab. Then save the document as a OTT. It should be saved in the user folder for LibreOffice. Information on how to change the page style of a document is discussed in the Writer Guide for LibreOffice available at
    Changing the page style should also solve your other problem as well.


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