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I was desperately look for this yesterday morning. I finally resorted to drawing a line using the draw menu.

Now I am trying to do it the new way, described below, and that doesn't work either.

On this page ( the instructions say:

"1. Create a horizontal line by applying the preset Paragraph Style Horizontal Line. Click into an empty paragraph, and double-click the Horizontal Line Style in the Styles and Formatting window. If the entry for horizontal lines is not visible in the list of Paragraph Styles, select "All Styles" in the lower listbox."

Well, there is no Horizontal Line Style listed even after selecting All Styles.

So, what is the official, documented replacement for Insert > Horizontal Line?


On 6/13/2013 10:48 AM, Maurice Batey wrote:
Having installed Mageia-3 on a trial basis, I have come across an omission
in its LO that I have been using on Mageia-2's LO, namely
'Insert: Horizontal rule'

The result is that any document prepared with does not appear
correctly under

I see from:

that the omission is a deliberate change rather than accidental (although it seems
the Help info still  thinks otherwise...).

Why on earth drop a feature that people are using?
What is the rationale?

Failing any other solution to my problem, is there any way I can copy the 'ruler' file over in to so that the latter shows the lines properly?

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