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How can I navigate through applied instances of any style (paragraph, character, etc)?

asked 2018-08-24 15:43:36 +0200

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updated 2020-07-21 12:34:23 +0200

Alex Kemp gravatar image

I would like to navigate through applied instances of any style (paragraph, character, etc.) via navigator, as, for example, I can navigate through annotations in PDF files in Foxit Reader, XODO PDF, etc.

I would like to have a list like this:

Paragraph styles:

(name: content, ordered by appearence)

* Heading 1: My Heading ...
* Default Style: This is a content text...
* Heading 2: Lower Level Heading ...
* Default Style: Continuation of content text...
* Quotation: The great person said: ...
* Default Style: Continuation of content text...

and so on..


( [folding icon] name, ordered by alphabet

content, ordered by appearence for every name )

[-] Default Style
   * This is a content text ...
   * Continuation of content...
   * Continuation of content...
[-] Heading 1
   * My Heading ...
[+] Quotation

And the same for any other styles (character, frame, page, list, table)....

Can I get this in LibreOffice Writer?

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answered 2018-08-24 16:24:34 +0200

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There's no list of places where a style is applied, but you can find applied paragraph styles in the Find & Replace dialog, under Other options check Paragraph Styles and then the Find edit field changes to a list of applied styles you can choose from.

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