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How to escape two columns trap?

In LibreOffice 4.0.5.2 Writer on Windows XP I create two columns and after that I am unable to escape outsite of this two columns trap.

Details:
1. New Writer document.
2. Copy the following text and paste in document: "I would like to write text in two columns. So here is two column examples."
3. Select whole text e.g. CTRL+A.
4. Format | Columns. 5. In Columns input box change 1 to 2 and click on OK button. Now text is formatted in two columns. But now we are in 'two columns trap'! Now suppose you would like to write some text bellow two columns formatting, but in ordinal one (one column) text layout. How to get outside of this "two column trap" into normal layout.

How to escape two columns trap?

In LibreOffice 4.0.5.2 Writer on Windows XP I create two columns and after that I am unable to escape outsite of this two columns trap.

Details:
1. New Writer document.
2. Copy the following text and paste in document: "I would like to write text in two columns. So here is two column examples."
3. Select whole text e.g. CTRL+A.
4. Format | Columns. Columns.
5. In Columns input box change 1 to 2 and click on OK button. Now text is formatted in two columns. But now we are in 'two columns trap'! Now suppose you would like to write some text bellow two columns formatting, but in ordinal one (one column) text layout. How to get outside of this "two column trap" into normal layout.

How to escape two columns trap?

In LibreOffice 4.0.5.2 Writer on Windows XP I create created two columns and after that I am unable to escape outsite outside of this two columns trap.

Details:
1. New Writer document.
2. Copy the following text and paste in document: "I would like to write text in two columns. So here is two column examples."
3. Select whole text e.g. CTRL+A.
4. Format | Columns.
5. In Columns input box change 1 to 2 and click on OK button. Now text is formatted in two columns. But now we are in 'two columns trap'! Now suppose you would like to write some text bellow two columns formatting, but in ordinal one (one column) text layout. How to get outside of this "two column trap" into normal layout.

How to escape two columns trap?

In LibreOffice 4.0.5.2 Writer on Windows XP I created two columns and after that I am unable to escape outside of this two columns trap.

Details:
1. New Writer document.
2. Copy the following text and paste in document: "I would like to write text in two columns. So here is two column examples."examples." Note: Be sure there is no other character (e.g. Enter - new line) after this text.
3. Select whole text e.g. CTRL+A.
4. Format | Columns.
5. In Columns input box change 1 to 2 and click on OK button. Now text is formatted in two columns. But now we are in 'two columns trap'! Now suppose you would like to write some text bellow two columns formatting, but in ordinal one (one column) text layout. How to get outside of this "two column trap" into normal layout.

How to escape two columns trap?

In LibreOffice 4.0.5.2 Writer on Windows XP I created two columns and after that I am unable to escape outside of this two columns trap.

Details:
1. New Writer document.
2. Copy the following text and paste in document: "I would like to write text in two columns. So here is two column examples." Note: Be sure there is no other character (e.g. Enter - new line) after this text.
3. Select whole text e.g. CTRL+A.
4. Format | Columns.
5. In Columns input box change 1 to 2 and click on OK button. button.
Now text is formatted in two columns. But now we are in 'two columns trap'! Now suppose you would like to write some text bellow two columns formatting, but in ordinal one (one column) text layout. How to get outside of this "two column trap" into normal layout.

How to escape two columns trap?

In LibreOffice 4.0.5.2 Writer on Windows XP I created two columns and after that I am unable to escape outside of this two columns trap.

Details:
1. New Writer document.
2. Copy the following text and paste in document: "I would like to write text in two columns. So here is two column examples." Note: Be sure there is no other character (e.g. Enter - new line) after this text.examples."
3. Select whole text e.g. CTRL+A.
4. Format | Columns.
5. In Columns input box change 1 to 2 and click on OK button.
Now text is formatted in two columns. But now we are in 'two columns trap'! Now suppose you would like to write some text bellow two columns formatting, but in ordinal one (one column) text layout. How to get outside of this "two column trap" into normal layout.

How to escape two columns trap?

In LibreOffice 4.0.5.2 Writer on Windows XP I created two columns and after that I am unable to escape outside of this two columns trap.

Details:
1. New Writer document.
2. Copy the following text and paste in document: "I would like to write text in two columns. So here is two column examples."
3. Select whole text e.g. CTRL+A.
4. Format | Columns.
5. In Columns input box change 1 to 2 and click on OK button.
Now text is formatted in two columns. But now we are in 'two columns trap'! Now suppose you would like to write some text bellow two columns formatting, but in ordinal one (one column) text layout. How to get outside of this "two column trap" into normal layout.