At 21:34 29/08/2015 +1000, Philip Rhoades wrote:
I know about the "Clear Formatting" commands but that removes ALL
formatting - I just want to remove page and paragraph formatting and
leave character attributes alone eg italics, bold etc - is it
possible to do that somehow?
You cannot remove page and paragraph formatting, since every page and
every paragraph has to have some format or other. But you can reset
these to some other value or default.
The only page formatting in a Writer document is page style
formatting, so you need just to modify the page style(s) in your
document or to apply a suitable page style - perhaps Default - to all
your material. Open the Styles and Formatting window, put the cursor
in turn into each range of pages with a particular style, and
double-click the Default style on the Page Styles panel.
Your paragraph formatting may be paragraph formatting or paragraph
style formatting, but resetting paragraph style formatting seems to
trump paragraph formatting, so is all you need to attend to. Open the
Styles and Formatting window, select all the material, and
double-click the Default style on the Paragraph Styles panel.
I trust this helps.
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