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September 13, 2007

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Great.
And... how is the procedure for make left and right?

Well, left and right needs to be done with an actual full-size graphic that goes in the background. (Format > Page, Background, choose Graphic and browse for the graphic.) Top and bottom is easier since there's the headers and footers to pop the graphics into.

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Thank you for your comment.
I found in OpenOffice web site a opened ticket for develop it like MS Word.
http://jasper.xtec.net:7451/cdweb/dades/actu/actual_matform/materials/td114/d114m1/m1_42.gif

Thank you and congratulations for your blog and book.

Since going open source, I have extended my learning to the classroom and teach my students what I learn. I am an avid reader of your blog and I am always finding something new to learn. So first off, congratulations for setting up such a blog with a wealth of information and some excellent howtos.

With this one, how to make graphic borders, I can't say I am having much success trying to make mine look good. Nor I am having much success making a successful clip art border. How large/small are the images exactly? (I am using Ubuntu 8.04 and OOo v3.0.)

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