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June 25, 2007

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Hi.
Before anything else, I would like to thank you very much for all your helpful advice at improving our experience in using OpenOffice.org.
I was following your instructions, but your 6-c step didn't work to me. I have selected some text in my first label, I have opened the Styles and Formatting window, and I have clicked on the Update Style command, but nothing happens! What may I be doing wrong?

Again, thank you very much for your advice.
Reis Quarteu
Bragança, Portugal.

Hi Reis,

You need to be sure that the style is applied, and that it's also highlighted in the styles window. Otherwise you might instead right-click on the style name, choose modify, and update it that way.

Solveig

Solveig:
What a clear and precise illustrated helpful article! Brilliant! This is so much better than keying F1, reading a lot of stuff and still not finding what I want. Being a Scot, I wanted to print just one of the labels on a sheet, instead of throwing the rest away. Now I can.
Old Fine Art
Edinburgh
Scotland/UK

Hi,

I am having some trouble printing the addresses onto the labels. In the first 4 boxes bown they print perfectly but then after that they are all over the show. Then for the other 2 rows across the text is far too left and isn't inside the box either. I have no idea what to do and I want to get this right!
I hope I have explained this OK and it makes sense!
Jules

Hi Jules,

You might try tweaking with either of these approaches.

http://openoffice.blogs.com/openoffice/2007/11/another-way-to-.html

http://openoffice.blogs.com/openoffice/2007/10/making-life-wit.html

Good luck!

Solveig

What a clear and precise illustrated helpful article! Brilliant! This is so much better than keying F1, reading a lot of stuff and still not finding what I want. Being a Scot, I wanted to print just one of the labels on a sheet, instead of throwing the rest away.

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