What is the benefit of using master document function (presumably a gratuitous
copy of m$), when styles function is available in LO?
For all practical purposes, the advantages and virtues of using Master Document functionality is
completely irrelevant to the advantages and virtues of using Styles.
be more stable and easier to manage if these files were imported into one new document?
Whether it is more appropriate for the content to maintained as One Single File, One Master
Document file, or 100 individual files, depends upon a dozen different factors, starting with the
type of content, and ending up with the size of the components of that content.
I've maintained content in all three forms.
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