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OpenOffice Calc 3.x Guide
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Cell styles

Similar to paragraph styles in OOo Writer, cell styles are the most basic type of style in Calc. You can apply a cell style to a cell and that cell will follow the formatting rules of the style. Five cell styles are supplied with OOo: Default, Heading, Heading1, Result, and Result2.

Initially, the styles are configured so that if you change the font family of Default, then all of the other styles will change to match. We will discuss how to set this up in Creating new (custom) styles. The five standard styles can be seen in use below.

Calc cell style types.

OpenOffice Calc 3.x Guide
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