Bruce Hohl schreef op 06-08-16 om 20:39:
Go to "View > Non-Printer Characters". This will show the paragraph
Position the cursor within a paragraph or select (highlight) desired
Open "Format > Paragraph" and go to the "Indents & Spacing Tab".
You can view and change spacing setting here.
On Sat, Aug 6, 2016 at 11:49 AM, Richard Foulk <email@example.com>
I’m using LibreOffice Writer to write a novel and the line-spacing is all
messed up. Single, 1.5, double-spacing all on the same page.
I’ve tried Format-spacing, Windows-paragraph and everything else -- but
Can you please help me?
What I do, is the following:
When I have imported a file from MSOffice and get problems like you are
describing, I copy (Ctrl-C) the problematic paragraph, delete the
problematic paragraph, make a new one with the desired paragraph style
en paste the text with Ctrl-Shif-Alt-V. This way of pasting deletes all
formatting from the text and accepts the style of the chosen paragraph.
Later I delete al superfluous Windows styles that encumber the document.
I hope this helps; good luck.
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