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OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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Style categories

OOo Writer has five style categories:

  • Paragraph styles affect entire paragraphs represented with those styles.
  • Character styles affect a block of text inside a paragraph.
  • Page styles affect page formatting (page size, margin, and the like).
  • Frame styles affect frames and graphics.
  • List styles affect outlines, numbered lists, and bulleted lists.

In the same way that characters are the building blocks for creating words, paragraphs are the building blocks of every document. Headings (subheads) are paragraphs; headers, footers, and numbered lists are also paragraphs. Paragraph styles are, therefore, the most frequently used styles and are the ones treated in more detail in this and the next chapter.



OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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