charles meyer wrote:
Thank you so very much.
That works in Libre Writer.
Is there a way to create and thicken a line in Libre Draw, too?
Thank you again for your helpful instructions and explanation.
Yes, select the line, and then Format > Line. There is also a Line Width field in the Toolbar on to
where you can change the line width. For me it is on the righthand side. If it is not there, you
can get it with View > Toolbars > Line and Filling.
You can also set the line width there before you draw the line. That is easier if you want to draw
several lines with the same thickness.
You can find the manuals for LibreOffice here: https://www.libreoffice.org/get-help/documentation/
It is very useful to read through them. It takes some time, but then you get an idea of all the
possibilities and you have an handy reference to look things up.
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