I am new to LibreOffice. I can’t find line spacing in the Writer program.
Select the paragraph and then go to Format, Paragraph, Indents & Spacing tab, Line Spacing for plenty of options.
How can i set this configuration for all new document automatically, are there any global option.
Right click to open the context menu > Line Spacing.
There you go
This issue is precisely why I just DELETED Libre and went back to Open office. You select help and the help for Libre is SHODDY, badly written and unclear. You do NOT put out a program such as this without clear help. For example, look for line spacing and ALL THAT LIBRE’S HELP GIVES YOU IS “Open context menu - choose Line Spacing.”
Really? WHERE IS “CONTEXT MENU.” The above THANK YOU!!! Explains “Select the paragraph and then go to Format, Paragraph, Indents & Spacing tab, Line Spacing” THEN YOU open the context menu > Line Spacing.
This kind of shoddy work is unacceptable. Until Libre can handle a basic help answer for something as fundamental as line spacing, I’m outta here.
LibreOffice is an open-source product, ie. a community effort. Anyone can contribute to improving the documentation: http://www.libreoffice.org/get-involved/documenters/
and that comment totally misses that offline help basically is identical to OpenOffice.org help. The two didn’t diverge that much yet, both have 90% or more same functionality and thus same help content.
PS: Context-menu is the menu that opens when you click with the right mouse-button
select the text you want to change, right click on that and you will find the context menu. hope that helps.