2012/10/12 Mirosław Zalewski <email@example.com>
On 12/10/2012 at 13:59, Guy Voets <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
but when I want in some instances
I can't get the first and second level on the same line.
Because LibreOffice is numbering paragraphs, and paragraphs end on new
You can overcome this problem by using custom fields representing numbers.
Take a look at section "Defining your own numbering sequences" in chapter
14 ("Working with fields") of Writer Guide. Available for download at:
Thanks for the suggestion, Mirosław,
but what remains unsolved is the indent of the paragraph after the a. or b.
etc. If the text after the second level numbering (in this case a.
generated with my field definition) continues to the next line, it won't be
indented like the other second level paragraphs.
That in fact is the real problem I'm facing.
If I use the indent icon, the whole paragraph will move to the right,
including the first level numbering.
Any idea how to solve this?
using LibO 220.127.116.11 on a iMac Intel DualCore MountainLion 10.8.2
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