Thanks so much. Your suggestion not only works and is fairly simple, but can
be turned into a style with minimal fuss.
Great solution, but I guess this is a telling example of the difference
between "easy" and "intuitive." What you suggested makes perfect sense after
you already know the solution (as I now do, thanks to you), but I was
beginning to believe it couldn't even be accomplished at all with Writer.
Documentation authors/writers: are you tuned into this channel?
I also suspect there might be a better way of labelling the term
"text-to-text" in the dialog box (or even providing a little icon to
illustrate what happens with the various choices). The term "text-to-text"
as used didn't suggest itself (at least to me) as having anything to do with
text rotation, and I've been using various flavors of word processing since
before the days of personal computers.
But your suggestion works and I'm happy, so I'll go away now.
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