If I understand what you're asking, this can be achieved either by
using BlockQuote or inserting a table;
if this is to what you're referring and would like my
'programming', I'll be glad to send to you.
[BTW - for you computerists, I keep all those tidbits in one page to
which I refer whenever making an HTML, ... document ...
it's the KISs method again; not having to re-do what I've already
On Wed, May 1, 2013 at 9:58 PM, charles meyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
I see in Writer 188.8.131.52 under Paragraph you can change the spacing settings.
I've experimented with this without reaching my objective of changing
the spacing from Single to something greater than single but less than
My goal is to create more space than single space between certain (but
not all) lines of text throughput the document but I'm not sure how
that can best (and easily) be done.
I've tried highlighting just the lines of text I want changed and then
right clicking to Paragraph and then choosing At least 1.25 and it
changes *all* the text in all the lines in the document. Same was true
using Fixed and Proportional.
I have all the other settings in Paragraph spacing set to 0.00.
I'd appreciate your insight about how to change spacing text for just
certain lines of text.
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