Dan Lewis <elderdanlewis <at> gmail.com> writes:
On 05/20/2013 04:02 PM, Luuk wrote:
On 20-05-2013 19:27, André Ricardo Silva wrote:
There is a command to insert date/time in a LibreOffice Writer text?
Thank you in advance.
In the English version follow the menu's:
Insert / Fields / Date
Insert / Fields / Time
In addition to this, you can right click either the date or time
that you have created. Select "Fields" to open the Edit Fields dialog.
At the bottom of the Format list, select "Additional formats". This
opens the Number Format dialog. Look through the Format list to find the
timestamp format. It also has a Format code box in which you can specify
the specific code you want to use.
This is LO 4.0, so it may not have the elements you are talking about. I
used "help" and repeatedly did everything it said to insert the date.
The default date acceptance pattern seems to have been M/D/Y/;M/D but that
didn't work, so I changed it to MMMM/NNNN/YYYY, since I want the day, month,
day of the week, and year to display and that doesn't work either. It comes
up "Date (fixed)" no matter what.
I only downloaded and installed "writer" since that is the only part of LO I
will be using. Do I need to have installed one of the other sections as
well? or something else? thanks in advance.
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