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OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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Choosing paragraph styles for outline levels

If you are using the default heading styles for the headings in your outline, and you do not want to use heading numbering, you do not need to do anything on the Outline Numbering dialog box. The default outline numbering scheme uses the default heading styles (Heading 1, Heading 2, and so on).

To use custom styles in place of one or more of the default heading styles:

  1. Click Tools > Outline Numbering to open the Outline Numbering dialog box.
  2. Click the number in the Level box corresponding to the heading for which you want to change the paragraph style.
  3. In the Numbering: Paragraph Style section, choose from the drop-down list the paragraph style you want to assign to that heading level. For example, when setting up a chapter in the Writer Guide, you would click Level 1 and choose OOoHeading1 (a custom style defined for the OOoAuthors project) to replace Heading 1 and for Level 2, OOoHeading2 to replace Heading 2.
  4. Repeat for each outline level that you want to change. Click OK when done.
Choosing paragraph styles for outline levels.

OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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