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       Keep It Simple; forget those computerized macros, ...
           just highlight -> copy -> paste - works for me whenever,
wherever  ;-)

       An added benefit, no memorizing all those shortcuts  ;-)

       Oh my, I'm off on yet another tangent ...
           which is correct? - 2 + 2 is 5 or 2 + 2 are 5?
               for answer, move mouse below:
                  neither - 2 + 2 = 4  [where is the ability to change text
now??? - once could change the answer to white ink which then would appear
when the mouse was rubbed across it  ;-) ]

On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 8:28 AM, Hans Rose <> wrote:


I have a problem when inserting text automatically from OpenOffice-Basic
Macros which are invoked by function keys using
the function <TextCursor>.**insertDocumentFromURL. When I save and reload
the .odt file, some of the formatting instructions
are gone. So text which has been bold is now normal and so on . This
corruption of formatting information does not always appear,
however it does not seem to be related to a specific Text/Format inserted
to the document or OS. I am using OpenOffice 3.0 with
this functionality on Windows XP and Windows 7.

When using exact the same code with LibreOffice 3.3, this problem does not

Best regards,


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