When I do this, nothing is lost except the formatting ...
merely 'select all' -> copy -> paste to notepad -> all the
text will be there; just re-format everything and place back in line ;-)
On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 10:56 AM, VA <email@example.com> wrote:
This may not be much help, but when I have been faced with a converted file
that was such a formatting mess, I would just save it as a plain text file
and format from scratch, creating and applying the specific Styles I
wanted. There are drawbacks to this, as you will lose some of your content,
such as footnotes.
From: lordmax tdf
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2012 10:58 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Styles and regular expression in libreoffice
I'm on libreoffice 3.6 italian version
I'm working on many ebook in epub format.
Fortunately libreoffice has a great extension, writer2epub, who's wonderful
My problem is that original files (word exported by indesign) are a mess
with styles, fonts, etc
Really a chaos.
I need some way to get some works on styles via reg ex but I've found
nothing, nor in the help, nor in the wiki, nor of useful on internet
My first need is to modify lines before and after the chapter title.
In my doc I've a blank line, a line with the chapter title and one or
more blank lines all in header1 style
I haven't found a way to select styles via regex and I can't simply
change all the blank lines because they are in many different styles
I've already searched on internet and in the libreoffice/openoffice
forum but I haven't find any solutions.
Can you help me?
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