I’m trying to create a table where the cells have a fixed height in Writer. (Sorry for using the spreadsheet term “cell” in a Writer document but it seems the clearest word to use for describing a single entry in a 1x30 table.) I’m using the current version of Libre Office and am running Windows 10.
I’ve found just about any setting you can imagine controlling the appearance of a table EXCEPT for a place to set the height of the cells (and a toggle to lock the cells to that height but I can live without that.)
I’m trying to create a document and then a template that can be used to print text onto a sheet of labels. Naturally, the height of the labels on the sheet doesn’t vary so I want to make sure the cells in Writer table are the same size.
I’ve figured out how to manually adjust the height of a single cell using the vertical ruler but that’s both imprecise (since I can’t make the line go to the exact height I want, just fairly close) and tedious given the number of labels on my label sheet. It seems reasonable to me that there should be a way to set the height for ALL cells in the table. I thought it would be in Table Properties but I can’t find it there or anywhere else I’ve tried. There doesn’t seem to be anything like a cell property so that I can type in the exact height I want for the cell.
Can anyone help me with this question?