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Re: [libreoffice-users] How do I change page orientation for only ONE page in Writer?


Thanks everyone. Sorry for my delayed reply.

2012/2/4 Dan Lewis <elderdanlewis@gmail.com>

> Open the Styles and Formating window. (Use the F11 key to do this.)
> In the row of tools at the top of this window, click the Page Styles
> (fourth from the left.) Default should be highlighted. Insert a page
> break: Insert > Manual Break. Page Break will be selected. If it is not,
> click it. Below this is the Style drop down list. Open this list, and
> select Landscape from it. Click OK.
> If the next page already exists and you want it to be portrait,
> you will have to create another page break at the bottom of the
> Landscape page to change the page style back to Default.
> If the next page does not exist yet: Right click the Landscape page
> style and select Modify from the context menu. Click the Organizer tab.
> The Next Style box has Landscape as the default next style. Change
> Landscape to Default. Click OK. When you complete the Landscape page,
> Writer will automatically make the next page Portrait.
> Doing this is all about styles. The Writer Guide explains how to
> do this and has screenshots to help in the explanation. It is a good
> reference any number of problems that may appear when using Writer.
>
> --Dan
>
> On Sat, 2012-02-04 at 10:30 +0100, Daniel Wibbing wrote:
> > Hi Konstantinos,
> >
> > you could convert the page of which you want to change the orientation
> into a Title page:
> > Format/ Tilte Page … / Convert existing pages to title pages / Place
> title pages at page 3 (e.g.) / Edit Page Properties /Orientation Landscape
> > However when I tried this, the first page of the document would also
> change its orientation. I don't know how to switch this off.
> > Does that help you in any way?
> >
> > Daniel
> >
> >
> > Am 31.01.2012 um 12:31 schrieb Konstantinos Tzoannopoulos:
> >
> > > What the subject says - I need to change the orientation of only ONE
> page
> > > in Writer, but for some reason it only lets me do it for ALL the pages.
> > > Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
> > >
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