You might not need to deselect the frame first. I'm a little out of date
on 5.1.3, but on that version I can just start typing with the frame
selected, and it starts editing the text. Or press Enter or F2 to switch
to edit mode.
Remy Gauthier wrote:
I do not know how to set the setting to [None] permanently. However,
you can go in the options (Tools -> Options -> LibreOffice Writer ->
AutoCaption) and set the category of the caption there. If you activate
the setting, whenever you insert an image, LO Writer will automatically
insert a frame and a caption with your image, but with the category you
want (in this case, it would be [None]). You can then click inside the
frame to enter the caption you want; note that in my version, the frame
is automatically selected after the insertion so I have to click
somewhere to unselect the frame and then I can click into the frame to
edit the caption.
I hope this helps.
Le mercredi 16 novembre 2016 à 18:17 +0100, Dave a écrit :
Writer any version 5.x.x
In the coming weeks I have many documents I need to create, each with
large number captioned images. These images will not be referenced
within the text by any form of category or numbering, the will each
a short line of descriptive text.
For each individual image the "Insert Caption > Properties >
defaults to "Illustration" which, for my purposes, has to be reset to
"[None]". For a small number of images this is no big deal, but it is
real productivity killer for my current needs.
Does anyone know how to permanently set the category to "[None]",
globally or on a per document basis?
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