(2013/05/22 2:07), Dan Lewis wrote:
On 05/21/2013 10:02 AM, Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:
Is there a way of "copying" styles from one Calc document to another?
Or assigning a template?
It may depend upon what version of LibreOffice you are using.
Using 188.8.131.52, create a new spreadsheet with all the styles and
formatting that you want. Click the Save icon and save it in the
template folder of the config folder as a Calc template. To use this
template, use File > New > Templates and Documents. This opens the
Templates and Documents dialog. Select the spreadsheet template and
Using 184.108.40.206, create a spreadsheet with all the styles and formatting
that you want. File > Save AS Template. This opens the Template Manager
dialog. Click the Save icon in it, and name the file. To use this
template, use File > New > Templates. In the Template tab, double click
the spreadsheet template you created.
I do follow so far (somehow).
But, if I understand you correctly, that would work only with new
I would like to apply the styles I created in one spread sheet to
another similar spread sheet that
that already contains data.
What would be the solution in this case.
(I am using LO 220.127.116.11)
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