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An intermediate fix may be to use a /Macro/ with find-and-replace based on format type.



/Record Macro/ with find-and-replace based on format type.

Create test document.

This assumes that entry happens under certain formats and not others.

Think linear, what needs to be done first.

Build 1 macro at a time, by recording and testing.


See for extensive list of things you can do by keyboard.

Once you have built individual macros that do everything you want correctly, merge the macros by editing them together in sequence.

Hint: remove /sub /and /sub end/ except for 1st and last one.
        rename first /sub/ entry to a new name.

Run "compile" from icon and eliminate errors until there are none.
This is usually do to duplicates of functions and quickly lets you know where they are.

At this point you may wish to create a menu or function key to your macro.


Lots of examples on Google with images.

Hope this helps

On 4/16/2014 2:05 PM, Brian A. Colucci wrote:
Greetings To The Libre Office World!

We have been successfully using Libre Office 4.1 with Dragon Medical2, running on Windows 7, 64 bit, since January of this year. Most everything works well with the integration between Libre Office Writer, and Dragon Medical2, even the field advance buttons on the Dictaphone Powermic2 units work well.

Our one area of concern is with our medical, Open Document Templates. As the user goes through the template field, using the next field key on the Powermic2, when they begin to dictate into some of these fields the text comes out in Bold Style, despite the fact that the field is indicated in the template as standard text. These ODT files work correctly in MS Office, and Nuance, the makers of Dragon state that only MS products are supported.

We are looking for a coding consultant who can assist us in correcting this issue.

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