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OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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Input list

An input list is a text field that displays one item from a list. To insert an input list field into a document:

  1. Choose Insert > Fields > Other; on the Functions page, choose Input list in the Type list.
  2. Defining an input list field
  3. Type the names of the list items in the Item box on the upper right, clicking Add after each item. The items then appear in the Items on list box. To change the order of the items, select an item and click the Move Up or Move Down buttons.
  4. Type the name of the list in the Name field on the lower right.
  5. Click Insert.

To display the Choose Item dialog box, click the Input list field.

Choosing an item from an input list

To add, edit, and remove items from this list, and change their order in the list, click the Edit button in the Choose Item dialog box. This displays the Edit Fields: Function dialog box.

Editing the items on an input list

To quickly edit all input fields and lists in a document, press Ctrl+Shift+F9. The first input field or list in the document opens. Clicking OK or Next moves to the next input field or list. After the last input field or list, clicking Next or OK returns you to the document.

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