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Hi Folks,

I hope I’m describing this correctly.

I wanted to create a straight line horizontally across the page in
Libre Writer or Draw (that would be preferable).

I’m using Libre Writer/Draw/Offcice

It’s my understanding that when I choose the key on my PC keyboard
next to the zero key that I’m choosing an ASCI character?

Anyway, I use that key (line key) and keep pressing that key until I
reach a line length across the page I desire and it creates a straight

Now, the tricky part.

How do I make that straight line thicker?

In Libre Writer, I’ve opened Insert > Horizontal Line and it inserts a
line but I don’t see how you can make that line thicker?

I’ve highlighted the entire line and hit bold – still no thicker.

I’ve highlighted that entire line and chosen a larger font (as large
as 26) still no thicker.

I’ve chosen Insert > Shape (singular not plural Shapes as in earlier
versions there is the plural Shapes) > Line > then Line again and it
inserts nothing.

In Libre Draw, I choose Format > Line where you can adjust width which
appears in the little box to be thicker except when I click OK there
is no line in the Libre Draw document.

Thanks so much for your help.


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