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2019-05-27 12:23:26 +0200 marked best answer Writer: What Macros

I have a document which always gives me a Macro warning when I open it.

The thing is, as far as I can tell, there are no macros. It may have had some a long time ago, and it was attached to a template with macros a long time ago, but I can’t find any evidence of any current macros.

I have checked everything available in the Tools Macro item, both organising and editing, and cannot find anything to delete.

How do I find and delete these mysterious macros?

Using MacOS , LO 6.2.0.3

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2019-05-08 03:49:19 +0200 commented answer Writer: What Macros

You know, I looked everywhere for that, but I never dug down deeply enough. Thanks so much for your work and your answer

2019-05-07 09:21:32 +0200 commented answer Writer Styles Pane

I don’t think that’s the same thing. I see that Microsoft calls it the Styles Area. I have included an image.

2019-05-07 09:21:05 +0200 edited question Writer Styles Pane

Writer Styles Pane Microsoft Word has a Styles Area, which is an additional levt margin showing the name of the paragrap

2019-05-07 09:20:24 +0200 edited question Writer Styles Pane

Writer Styles Pane Microsoft Word has a Styles Pane, which is an additional levt margin showing the name of the paragrap

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2019-05-07 05:21:11 +0200 commented question Writer: What Macros

I have uploaded the blank document now. As regards your comments on versions, yes, I am using Mojave, and I was using LO

2019-05-07 04:57:13 +0200 edited question Writer: What Macros

Writer: What Macros I have a document which always gives me a Macro warning when I open it. The thing is, as far as I c

2019-05-07 04:56:57 +0200 edited question Writer: What Macros

Writer: What Macros I have a document which always gives me a Macro warning when I open it. The thing is, as far as I c

2019-05-06 05:23:55 +0200 commented answer Is it possible to have multiple character styles?

Thanks for the answer. I know that there might be some issues as when the two styles have competing values. I was thinki

2019-05-06 05:21:59 +0200 marked best answer Is it possible to have multiple character styles?

Is it possible to have multiple character styles on a selected text?

As far as I am aware, assigning one character style will replace the current style. Is there a way to have both?

Using MacOS , LO 6.2.0.3

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2019-05-06 05:19:12 +0200 commented question Writer: What Macros

Sorry I missed your comment. I have created a blank version of the document, and the Macro warning still appears. How

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2019-05-05 05:40:09 +0200 asked a question Writer Styles Pane

Writer Styles Pane Microsoft Word has a Styles Pane, which is an additional levt margin showing the name of the paragrap

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2019-05-03 03:31:27 +0200 asked a question Is it possible to have multiple character styles?

Is it possible to have multiple character styles? Is it possible to have multiple character styles on a selected text?

2019-05-03 03:28:43 +0200 asked a question Writer: What Macros

Writer: What Macros I have a document which always gives me a Macro warning when I open it. The thing is, as far as I c

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Cannot Dock Navigator I managed to undock the Navigator and Styles panels, but I cannot dock them again. I am running L

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2016-12-28 03:46:22 +0200 asked a question Add (Custom) Style to Custom Menu/Toolbar

There is only one thing I miss from older versions of Microsoft Word (and none from newer versions): In Word, it was possible to add actual styles to a custom menu/toolbar. The customisation dialog included a group of existing styles.

My writing includes a lot of custom styles, and I found that organising my styles as a toolbar of style groups, with each group a drop down menu, made applying the styles much easier.

I don’t think this is possible in LO. Can I make this a feature request?

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2016-02-28 06:36:19 +0200 asked a question Calc: Formulas suddenly showing Sheet Name

I have a Calc work book which was last opened a few weeks ago. This time, I found that all the formulas with relative references show the sheet name before the reference. Eg Stuff.A3

When I create a new formula, this doesn’t happen. I can also remove the sheet names either by direct editing or by Find & Replace.

Is this a known issue?

Using Mac OSX 10.11.3 and LO 5.0.2.2 (which I notice is slightly dated).

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2013-02-25 09:32:10 +0200 edited question Table of Contents in Single Column in section

I thought the process would be simple enough, but either I’m doing something wrong or it can’t be done (yet).

I have a small section with two columns at the beginning of a chapter. I would like to put some introductory text in the first column, and a small table of contents in the second column.

When I try, either by copying an existing table or by creating a new one, the TOC stretches across the full width of the page, rather than staying inside the column. This is true even if I try it on a new unstyled document, so I don’t think my styles are to blame.

If I try to do do the same thing using tables, it all behaves as expected.

Any ideas?

Mark

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