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OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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Creating a heading row in an existing table

To create a heading row in an existing table that does not have one, you need to apply an AutoFormat that does have a heading defined. (Here is where having some personalized table formats could come in very handy.) Place the cursor anywhere in the table and then click Table > AutoFormat. Choose a format. Click OK. Use the More button and deselect the formatting options you do not want to apply to your table.


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