Absolutely right, Virgil, and that's the advice I gave when we discovered the
problem. That's the way I work: a composition phase followed by a
formatting phase. And, yes, I do, on bigger jobs, create paragraph breaks
through, usually, paragraph formatting, sometimes with styles. Personally I
usually go for a 1 cm (or so) first line indent and no extra line break.
However, this was, as you said, a rush job, and all the worse for my wife
not having used LO before.
Your comment on the source is quite possibly also valid, for the first thing
she did was to import the school logo at the top of the document from an old
docx Word document. I hadn't actually thought about that, and that could
account for the problem. Perhaps a way round this in future if she imports
anything from Word might be to select and copy all from the Word document,
and paste special, I think it is, into the .odt document.
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