On 25/06/2022 03:21, Chris J. wrote:
Running Ubuntu 22.04 with LO 126.96.36.199 Ubuntu package 1:7.3.4. Before you ask, yes I RTFMed. Still
can't get this working.
I write stories where the chapters are individual files. First chapter has pages 1-15. Second
chapter in a whole other file has to start with page 16. Is there a really straight forward example
of this somewhere? I remember this being easier in Word. I can't get it to work in LO Writer. Thank
I'm using LOWriter 188.8.131.52 in Ubuntu 20.04 and I have the same use case. The method described in
the help page works for me. I have the offline help file for v6.4 and here is the paragraph
To Start With a Defined Page Number
Now you want some more control on page numbers. You are writing a text document that should start
with page number 12.
Click into the first paragraph of your document.
Choose Format - Paragraph - Text flow.
In the Breaks area, enable Insert. Enable With Page Style just to be able to set the new Page
number. Click OK.
The new page number is an attribute of the first paragraph of the page.
hth with your version.
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