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On 21/02/11 21:41, RGB ES wrote:
Format ->  Paragraph ->  Indents and spacing. But it will be better if you use styles instead of 
direct formatting.

Thanks for that. That was one of the first - and most repeated - attempts at fixing this. Unfortunately, each time I amend those settings by the time I hit "enter" at the end of the paragraph, then viola! the 0.21cm has automatically inserted at the end of the paragraph and now disrupts the flow of text.

As I mentioned initially, this may be well documented but it doesn't help if I cannot switch the thing off.

My work around has been to change the "autocorrect" functions and have unchecked the "Apply styles" option in Options tab. So far, so good.

Please, review the existing documentation: all these formatting
"issues" you have are already well documented... they are just some
default settings for the powerful tools Writer offers.

2011/2/21 AG<>:
Hi again

I think that this may be a continuation of my last email regarding the
auto-style formatting that Writer is doing.

Now it is inserting 0.21cm at the bottom of all lines of text when I hit
enter to start a new paragraph.  This means that the paragraph lines don't
line and wastes space.

How do I uninstall this "functionality" because it is bugging the XXXX out
of me and there is no (obvious or subtle) way of disabling it.

Please help.  At this rate, I'll drop this candidate and try to install the
previous beta and see if that fixes things.  I never used to have this
problem when I built it myself, but only since installing it from the repos



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