On 15.12.2016 11:03, Gary Collins wrote:
A rather basic question: how do i create a new style from selection (lo 188.8.131.52 x64)? The guide i
have says to click the new style from selection icon in the styles and formatting window. Trouble
is, i can't seem to find it. I have a new style icon with a dropdown but that doesn't have a
from selection option. And it doesn't seem to be an option in the styles menu. I've tried looking
for a button in the modify toolbar window, but no joy there either. But it *must* be somewhere?
Here's how I use this facility in LO 5.2.x.x on Windows & Linux x64:
* Manually format a paragraph with the attributes (eg. font, indents,
color, bold, italic, etc.) you want the new style to have.
* Highlight the manually formatted paragraph. (This may not be
essential, but it's what I choose do.)
* From the styles menu choose "New Style... Shift F11", or click the
"New Style" icon on the formatting toolbar (Usually to the left of
the font selection drop-down list.)
* In the dialog that opens, give the new style a name and click OK.
Hope this helps.
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