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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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Using the Styles and Formatting window

  1. Click the Styles and Formatting icon Image:Styles3Icon.png located at the left-hand end of the object bar, or click Format > Styles and Formatting, or press F11. The Styles and Formatting window shows the types of styles available for the OOo component you are using. You can move this window to a convenient position on the screen or dock it to an edge (hold down the Ctrl key and drag it by the title bar to where you want it docked).
  2. Click on one of the icons at the top left of the Styles and Formatting window to display a list of styles in a particular category.
  3. To apply an existing style (except for character styles), position the insertion point in the paragraph, frame, or page, and then double-click on the name of the style in one of these lists. To apply a character style, select the characters first.
Image:Tip.png At the bottom of the Styles and Formatting window is a dropdown list. In the figure below, the window shows Automatic, meaning the list includes only styles applied automatically by OOo. You can choose to show all styles or other groups of styles, for example only custom styles.
The Styles and Formatting window for Writer, showing paragraph styles.

OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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