dotancohen at gmail.com
Sun Oct 26 10:49:15 UTC 2008
2008/10/26 Dotan Cohen <dotancohen at gmail.com>:
> 2008/10/26 Chris Jeffries <chris at candm.org.uk>:
>> I wanted a function OO that I could not find.
>> I wanted to do a word count of everything that was styled a particular
>> way (Academic essay word count excluding quotes and heading to be
>> In MS Word it would be easy (Select all of this style, Count selected)
>> But I couldn't find "Select all this style" in OO
>> So I though - ooh a macro maybe. So I went tot the OO site to get some
>> documentation - and got lost.
>> Does anyone know a good starting place with this - preferably using
>> object/function library documantation for the OO interface.
>> I just failed to find anything over at OO and though soemone here might
>> just know.
> On your behalf:
> You might want to subscribe to that list, it's great.
>From Brian Barker on the OOo mailing list:
o Go to Edit | Find & Replace... (or Ctrl+F).
o Click More Options.
o Tick "Search for Styles".
o Select your required style in the "Search for" box. (Don't worry
about what appears in the "Replace with" box.)
o Click Find All. Everything in that style is now selected. (You
can close the Find & Replace dialogue at this point - or not, as you
o Go to Tools | Word Count. One part of this display is for the
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