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[tdf-discuss] Re: Bulletted list and space between the list items


Hi Regina and Jean,

Le 06/03/13 03:05 AM, Regina Henschel a écrit :
Hi Marc,

Marc Paré schrieb:
I have a list of items and they are in bullet form. But, the amount of
space between the bulletted list items is too large. How would I go
about to make a list with less space between the lines.

For example:

* apple

* orange

* pear

I would like the list with less space between the lines ...

* apple
* orange
* pear

Yes, I have also looked in the LibreOffice help (F1) and could not find
how to do this.

You need to use a special paragraph style for the list items. There
exist some paragraph styles with suitable names. But they have not yet
the correct settings, so you need to modify them to give you the desired
spacing.

Kind regards
Regina



Thanks! I'll give it a try.

Marc

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