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OpenOffice Writer User Guide
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1However, the method does not work in some situations. See “Problem solving†on page 336 for details.

1See “Problem solving†on page 336 for one example.

1Unquoted text that isn’t a command is considered to be a variable. Variables are, by default, italicized.

2There are three custom fonts: sans serif (without kicks), serifs (with kicks), and fixed (non-proportional). To change the actual fonts used for custom fonts and the fonts used for variables (unquoted text), numbers and functions, use Format > Fonts.

1For all coloring, the color will apply only to the text immediately following the command until the next space is encountered. In order to have the color apply to more characters, place the text you want in color in curly brackets.

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