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At 10:38 05/02/2018 -0500, Bonly Noname wrote:
I have a presentation in Impress on LO 6.0 on the Mac. I'd like to print the "Notes" as part of my report but I am at a loss as to how I get the bullets to show up in the Notes view image. I suspect something in my template may have caused this but I can't figure it out and can't find anything in any documents about formatting bullets in Notes view.

The Normal view has bullet points. The Outline View had bullet points. The Notes view has no bullet points. The Normal view is a black background with white text and white bullets. The Outline view has black text with black bullets and white background. The Notes view has the Normal view slide but no bullets. How do I enable the bullets to appear in the Notes view?

If you set the page background colour to black, the text colour on the display defaults to white, but this is still with the Font Colour set to Automatic, not White. I think that to achieve exactly what you describe so far you must have set your text Font Colour explicitly to White. So far, so good. It seems that to get the Notes to work properly, you need to set the bullet colour similarly to White, not Automatic. You will find this setting on the Customise tab of the Bullets and Numbering dialogue.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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