At 07:32 28/06/2013 -0400, William Drago wrote:
On 6/13/2013 10:48 AM, Maurice Batey wrote:
... I have come across an omission in its LO 18.104.22.168 ..., namely
'Insert: Horizontal rule'
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.
So, what is the official, documented replacement for Insert > Horizontal Line?
o Type three or more asterisks, underscores, equals signs, negative
signs, hash marks, or swung dashes as a new paragraph (immediately
followed by Enter, that is). Instead of seeing a new paragraph, you
will see one of a variety of borders attached to the preceding
paragraph. This line is a property of that paragraph, not an entity
by itself - but the relevant paragraph can be otherwise empty, of course.
o You can instead apply such borders directly to a paragraph or
paragraph style. Right-click in the paragraph and select
Paragraph... or Edit Paragraph Style... as preferred. Go to the
Borders tab and select a style and position for a border - above or
below the paragraph. Again, the paragraph itself could be empty.
I trust this helps.
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