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asked 2016-06-10 01:53:07 +0200

mnlse711 gravatar image

updated 2016-06-10 02:00:23 +0200

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For the second "solution" I've used Format -> Paragraph -> Alignment -> Text-to-text: Top. However I'm not able to write multiple lines in the height of the initial letter.

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answered 2016-06-10 02:20:54 +0200

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Try Format -> Paragraph -> Drop Caps and choose "Display drop caps", and select the number of lines you want to appear in the height of the first letter.

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Thank you very much! You need to insert multiple lines of text for it to work.

mnlse711 gravatar imagemnlse711 ( 2016-06-10 21:47:05 +0200 )edit

Hi,

I had a similar problem with a twist. I imported a Word 2011 (Mac) into LibreOffice. This Word imported was further imported into, Word, from a Pages 09 document that had no capacity to automatically insert Drop Caps so I believe inserted them within an eye-balled frame of some sort. As all this translated into LibreOffice, the Drop Caps arrived encased in a grey box that must be what ever that initial frame was. This seems undeletable in LibreOffice. How can I do this? Can I override?

JohnJR gravatar imageJohnJR ( 2017-03-11 00:47:20 +0200 )edit
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