Correction: "Change this style permanently?" should be "Change your
personal style permanently?".
That way the user does not assume that they are changing the default
setting, but unique to them.
On 11/5/2014 10:44 AM, Virgil Arrington wrote:
On 11/5/2014 10:30 AM, Paul D. Mirowsky wrote:
So, it begs the question, when you are using Writer, should there be
a menu item that asks "Change this style permanently?" so the your
world grows instead of trying to predetermine everything?
MS Word has a setting in its Styles dialog that allows one to save a
modified style to the template upon which the loaded document is
based. I've always thought a similar shortcut in Writer would be nice.
It would also be nice to assign a shortcut key to a style from within
the Styles dialogs rather than through the more cumbersome
Tools/Customize dialogs. (Interestingly, the contextual Help screen
for the Styles "Organizer" tab states there is an "Assign Shortcut
Key" option, but I've never seen it.)
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