Firstly, thanks for all the replies about my blank page question. That is
all working nicely, however, I am now stuck trying to get writer to insert
a blank line before a paragraph. It is important it is *exactly* a line as
otherwise the baseline of the text on the opposite page won't line up.
Using 'spacing above paragraph' and trial and error I can get very close to
adding a line, but if the font or font size changes this will break.
Even a formula for working out the 'spacing above paragraph' would be a
massive help (I've tried just using the point size of the font but this
doesn't work :( ) or perhaps there is a 'snap to baseline' option somewhere?
In case you're wondering why I don't just hit return to get my extra line,
I am trying to create master copies of my books using LO so that I can use
export to PDF for the print version and export to xhtml for the ebook
formats. For this to work all the layout needs to be done using styles.
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- [libreoffice-users] inserting (exactly) a line before a paragraph using styles · rob wood
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