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I too say it's not a stupid question. The behaviour you describe is exactly the way my text editor performs when I am writing scripts, it is quite normal in some situations. LO makes the process a little more sophisticated and gives you many more options.

On 2014-09-08 14:47, wrote:
Thank you, Brian. I stand duly chastised. I'll try to not ask any more stupid questions when I'm frustrated.

The solution to "getting all mixed up" is to learn how to use the facilities properly, so you are not "mixed up" - not to dismiss the facilities that the product provides.

No: you don't want any tabs (unless you are using a typewriter); you want persistent indentations.

Brian Barker

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