At 14:33 06/08/2015 -0400, Nobody Noname wrote:
Can someone please explain why the text justification formatting is
not maintained in this example please?
By design, I think. The Writer Guide (Chapter 13) says "If a style
with the same name exists in the master document and in the
subdocuments (for example, Default Style), then the style is applied
as defined in the master document." The idea is evidently that
different layouts can be maintained in subdocuments and their
reflection in master documents.
Any workarounds? I open the child file and note the text is left
justified. I then open the master (parent) file that references only
this child file, and the text is center justified.
Because your Default paragraph style in the master document is centre aligned.
I change this to left justified and try and save the changes. Then
on closing and re-opening the master file - the changes are not maintained.
You set left alignment using paragraph formatting. When you reopen
the master document, I think it refreshes the text from the
subdocument and your change is overridden. If you set the left
alignment in paragraph *style* formatting instead (i.e. change the
master document's Default paragraph style), you should find that your
change is preserved.
If you prefer, I think you can create a custom paragraph style in the
subdocument (with a name different from any existing in the master
document) and apply this to the text there. That style should then be
automatically imported into the master document.
I'm not sure why you are saving your subdocument in the foreign .docx
format; wouldn't LibreOffice's native .odt format be easier and more reliable?
You will want to read "Styles in master documents and subdocuments"
in Chapter 13 of the Writer Guide, particularly the reference to
templates. If you change the Default paragraph style in whatever
template you used so that it has left rather than centre alignment,
you may find matters easier to control.
I trust this helps.
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