... choose "outdent" it doesn't just demote the item, it outdents the current level into the margin of the page.
Within 'numbering', when you're two or three levels in, ... the indenting remains at level 3 while the numbering goes to the appropriate level 2 numbering. ... Has anyone found a way round these problems?
I would like to have this (like it was possible in 2.4)
ryandimmick wrote:Also, for some reason, when I saved the document Open Office 3 deleted all the information in the table at the top of my document. I hadn't edited or touched it, so I don't know why that happened. All I had done to the document was try to add another numbered line and save.
jlblaw wrote:The recipe is simple.
(1) Create a new document.
(2) Type some text; select it; click the numbering icon; set numbering preferences to outline numbering, e.g. I. A. 1. etc.
(3) The first level includes little spacing between the numeral and the text.
(4) Type enter; next to the numeral II type some text. Again there is little spacing between the numeral and the text.
(5 )Type enter; next to the numeral type something. Whoa there is all of a sudden way more space between the numeral and the text.
(6) Worse yet, view the paragraph settings for each line. Whoa! They are the same.
This is a big problem for me, it's a real shame that this still hasn't been fixed.
johnnyk427 wrote:The fact that there are people in here defending this indentation magically changing after item 10 as a reasonable feature are disgusting, and have no idea how to make a positive user experience.
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