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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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To change an object’s attributes (such as color, border width, among others) you can use the Line and Filling toolbar or the context menu.

If the Line and Filling toolbar is not visible, you can display it using View > Toolbars > Line and Filling. From here you can edit the most common object attributes. You can also open the Line dialog by clicking on the Line Image:LineIcon.png icon and the Area dialog by clicking on the Area Image:AreaIcon.png icon to see more options.

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1 Styles and Formatting   2 Line         3 Arrow Style 4 Line Style     5 Line Width
6 Line Color 7 Area 8-9 Area Style / Filling     10 Shadow

When you select text, this toolbar changes to show text formatting options.

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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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