I didn't know they could go that extreme and usually try to switch-off
the relative font-sizes because the idea freaks me out. It feels like
everything goes outside of my direct control!
Ahh, control. That's one of the reasons I like LO; it gives me control over
*everything*. By comparison, when I've used LaTeX, I've been overcome by the
beautiful results, but the trade-off is that I lose control.
But, one of the things I've always liked about LaTeX is that, by changing
one parameter, like the base font size, everything else automatically
changes (heading sizes, page margins, ... everything). I was thrilled to
find out I had a similar ability with LO's relative font size controls.
Just another way styles provide even *more* control with fewer steps.
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