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asked 2012-09-05 22:29:34 +0200GJSchaller
I have three separate Word documents that I've brought over into LibreOffice. Using Word's functionality, I used to be able to pull Styles from one document into the other, meaning that once I formatted one document the way I wanted, I could directly apply those styles to the other two.
Now that the documents are in ODT and I am using LibreOffice, I am once again mucking about in the Styles for one of the documents, to improve upon them. Once I am done, is there an easy way to export / apply them to the other two documents? Could this be done directly with the styles themselves, or by way of a template?
Thank you for your help!
It's possible to import them directly or using a template.
Simply open the Formatting and styles window and choose 'Load Styles...', accessible via the button on the right.
Or you could save a document as template and apply the styles it contains with this extension: http://extensions.libreoffice.org/extension-center/template-changer
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Asked: 2012-09-05 22:29:34 +0200
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Last updated: Sep 05 '12