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LO 7 introduced a new way of thinking about, and sizing, indents and spacing in Writer - from definite units of measure 
(inch, mm, pt, ...) to "ch" and "line" of a reference style's font characteristics.  I'm sure 
there's a reason for that change, but still have not found it, and have not even found how it connects to such 
reference style (set in the Page style).

I read the guide on "Page Line-spacing Printing" but don't find it on-point, as these new measures 
apply whether or not page-line-spacing is activated in the relevant Page and Paragraph styles.  Can someone 
point me to an explanation of the reason for, and use of, these new units of spacing?


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