From: William Drago [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, June 28, 2013 6:32 AM
... 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.
No, it is there. open the Styles and Formatting window, first button on the Formatting toolbar (or
just enter <F11>).
When panel opens, if still set to install defaults, you'll be on the Paragraph tab with Default
Style selected and the "filter" dropdown list set to Automatic. With that filter in place
Horizontal Line is not a listed paragraph style. Change the drop down filter to ALL, or to HTML
and you'll see the Horizontal Line.
Unfortunately, the line weights for the paragraph border (just the bottom edge) set by the
Horizontal Line style default settings are too thin. And the associated text handling for the
paragraph style don't seem correct--but that could just be misuse on my part.
Paragraph bottom border assigned as horizontal line with auto-replace of character triplets seem to
have more reasonable default line weights--but since those are a "direct styling" of each
paragraph, it is more efficient in the long run to figure out use of the style and formatting panel
to handle whole document.
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