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On 03.02.2018 12:00, Ianseeks wrote:
Thanks for that advice, i'll definitely put my head down and learn more about styles especially 
now i know about Ctrl-M etc.

all the best


Hi Ian,

I don't know if it has already been mentioned, but if you want to get to
grips with styles and templates I recommend you download and read a copy
of Bruce Byfield's book "Designing with LibreOffice" Don't be mislead by the title, IMO
it is one of the best sources of advice about using LibreOffice styles.
Another useful resource is the recently published LibreOffice 5.4 Writer
which includes some very good chapters on styles and templates.

Hope this helps.


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