At 19:09 26/03/2018 +0200, John Herron wrote:
>I wrote a document based on a specific template. As I did so, I
>added four new styles to the document. Is there a way to
>automagically incorporate these new styles into the specific
>template, such that when I create a new document based on it, the
>new styles will be included in it?
o Open the document.
o Delete all its text (or as much of it as appropriate).
o Save the denuded document (but still containing its styles) as a
template - presumably over the existing one.
Alternatively, you can import styles from one document to another -
in this case from your existing document to a new document intended
to become your template - using the Load Styles facility, accessible
from the drop-down menu from the New Style from Selection button in
the Styles and Formatting window.
* Save the file under another name (to be sure not to loose it).
* Open again and delete any content.
* Save as a (new) template.
Je la 31/03/2018 21:29, anne-ology skribis :
> Here's hoping you'll receive a response soon;
> I wish I could help, but I don't know any thing(s) which might
> solve your issue.
> Surely somebody on this list can help you, I've been awaiting a
> response to my query, & still waiting with hopefulness.
> From: John Herron <[hidden email]>
> Date: Mon, Mar 26, 2018 at 12:09 PM
> Subject: [libreoffice-users] Question about document/template interaction
> To: [hidden email] >
> LibreOffice 184.108.40.206 / 220.127.116.11 on Linux Lite.
> I wrote a document based on a specific template.
> As I did so, I added four new styles to the document.
> Is there a way to automatically incorporate these new styles into the
> specific template,
> such that when I create a new document based on it, the new styles will be
> included in it?
> Thanks for helping.
> John Herron