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From: Budgie <>
Date: Thu, 01 Aug 2013 22:54:28 +0100

Hi, my first post here.

I am presently running LibreOffice 3.5:build-413, Build ID:
350m1(Build:413) on OS:  Linux 3.4.47-2.38-desktop x86_64, System:
openSUSE 12.2 (x86_64) and KDE:  4.8.5 (4.8.5) "release 2"openSUSE 12.2
desktop.  I know there is a more recent LO version but not on openSUSE
12.2 repo site.

I have just had to start using LO as my usual word processor Lotus
WordPro (on OS/2 Warp 4.5) is not available as machine is under repair.

My main use of LO will be for business correspondence and I need some
help with templates.  In WordPro my template has company details in the
header but I am able to supress this on the second and subsequent
sheets.  Is it possible to do this in LO and if not how do I achieve the
same objective of having different header (blank) on sheets 2 onwards.
Also how do I keep numbering in footer correct?


Welcome Budge,

What you need to do is have two separate "Page Styles", one for the
first page and one for the remaining pages. See:
For more detailed information see chapters 6 & 7 of the Writer User
Once you have created the styles with the first page header, etc. save
the document layout as a template. Chapter 10 of the Writer User Guide
covers templates.

Hope this helps.


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