maybe this description will help you a little bit:
> ...but it doesn't show up in the Styles ...
Document templates and Styles are two very different things.
Am 12.10.2022 um 16:55 schrieb Eric Beversluis:
My template shows up when I open "Manage Templates," but it doesn't
show up in the Styles pane of a Writer document. And the "Manage
Templates" window doesn't show any option to make my template the
default template. The "Manage" dropdown show a "Reset Default Text
Document," but it's greyed out.
On 10/12/22 10:20, Eric Beversluis wrote:
I've got a template I've built that I use for almost all of my
writing. I have set it as my default template.
But for some reason the default setting keeps getting getting removed
so that when I open a new Writer document it opens with some generic
template rather than the one I've built.
What can be causing that?
I recently updated to LO 220.127.116.11 from a 7.3.5.x version. Hopefully
that shouldn't have unset my default template, should it? What else
might be causing this to happen? I think also it happened previous to
I'm running Ubuntu 20.04.5 LTS on a Dell XPS.
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