Libreoffice changed all headers into “convert” for each page. I want to delete headers from my document. This is the crazist thing I have ever seen. It should be easy just to delete the header! I know libreoffice is crazy, but this takes the cake!
The problem is I don’t understand how “convert” happened either. It just appeared that way when I opened the document one time. Every page header was named “convert,” and a page number. I can’t get rid of them unless I spend all day doing it, and for what purpose I know not. When I try it, in only gets rid of the checkmark, not the damn word “convert.” Now only default shows when I click styles-- page. There is no right page, left page, or anything else anymore.
I am trying to get the chapter name entered into the right page header, and it won’t do it. It just repeats the same chapter, or puts the chapter number in; anything else besides what I want. I thought it was obvious that books have the title on the left page header, and a chapter on the right. I don’t understand why the makers of libre office don’t recognize that and make this easy, instead of making it the most complicated and unmanageable thing I have ever seen.
I tried to delete all the converts in page styles too; spent time deleting them all, and now they are all just back. The styles page sometimes show header left, but header right. My attempts to modify this in the organizer tab accomplish absolutely nothing.
Somebody asked me why I use crazy software. I wonder why the makers of this crazy software don’t come on here and answer these questions, instead of other users who are apparently in the dark as much as I am.