At 15:30 14/06/2015 -0300, Leonardo M. Ramé wrote:
On 14/06/15 15:17, Brian Barker wrote:
Your template contains a definition of paragraph style "P1" including
and later the reference to it:
<text:p text:style-name="P1" /> .
I'm guessing that this is why the first
paragraph of your inserted file loses its tab
stop and inherits the default arrangement of tab stops.
Thanks!. I can't see that style in Styles and Formatting, where is it?.
Neither can I - but it appears in the content.xml file in the template.
o Construct a new (emptier?) template without
the presumably unwanted paragraph style definition.
This is what I'll do when I figure out where's the offending style.
If I create a template with header and footer, I
don't get any "P1" and the later reference is
<text:p text:style-name="Standard" /> .
Then the document imports correctly.
I can't guess how you are creating "P1". Are you
inheriting the template from somewhere?
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