On 23.09.2018 15:05, Peggy wrote:
I've tried several ways after searching, including one that's supposed to
be for the latest LibreOffice. It's writer I want to change since I don't
use the others. Also I try to set the paragraph spacing the way I want and
it won't stick. A footer with page number will stick.
Every time I set up "My Template" or try to edit the derfault Template to
get rid of Liberation serif which I dislike, to Arial, it changes itself
back on subtitle, etc.. Even if I save a file set up the way I want and
open it, the default fonts have changed. I've spent an hour trying to find
a way to create a template or even a file, making a desktop shortcut so I
can open that file as a template, and nothing works.
Does someone know how to change the default Template permanently and then
how to pin that one to the taskbar permanently?
In addition to the advice given by Ricardo and Rémy, I suggest you take
a look at the recently updated documentation:
Chapter 3 - Using Styles and Templates
Chapter 10 - Working with Templates
To pin to the taskbar: Once you have created and saved your template,
open the "/Template Manager/", select your template and click the
Choose your desktop to save the exported copy of your template, then
right click and drag the desktop icon to the taskbar.
Hope this helps.
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