OpenOffice default styles

Jean Hollis Weber jean-ooo at
Tue Jun 20 09:30:36 UTC 2006

Daniel Carrera wrote:
> Jean Hollis Weber wrote:
>> Yes. Make a template containing the styles you want, and then set this 
>> template as the default template. For details, see Chapter 12, 
>> "Working with Templates" in the _Getting Started with 
>> 2.0_ book available in free PDF (single chapters or full book) from 
>> or you can buy a copy of the book from
> If I may make a suggestion, I would put the "Set default template" 
> section after "Organizing templates" because "Set default template" 
> depends on the information in "Organizing templates". So right now there 
> is a forward reference (on page 6 you are referred to page 9) and 
> forward references are evil. It also creates the problem that the info 
> in page 9 assumes that you know where the Template management window, 
> but this is in back in the "Set default template" section which 
> logically comes after (and which you haven't read yet because you were 
> referred to "Organizing templates").

Thanks, Daniel, I'll have a look at the organisation of that 
chapter. User feedback is good!

Cheers, Jean

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