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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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OpenOffice.org provides several ways to modify styles (both the predefined styles and custom styles that you create):

  • Changing a style using the Style dialog
  • Updating a style from a selection
  • Use AutoUpdate (paragraph and frame styles only)
  • Load or copy styles from another document or template
Image:Tip.png Any changes you make to a style are effective only in the current document. To change styles in more than one document, you need to change the template or copy the styles into the other documents as described in Copying and moving styles.



OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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