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Graphic Styles in OpenOffice.org Draw and Impress

Article Source Linux Journal
November 30, 2009, 9:08 am

 

One of OpenOffice.org's greatest strengths is its emphasis on styles. Some users balk at styles, claiming they are restrictive, but no other feature repays a little organization with so much ease of use and saving of time. Yet even those who are used to styles in Writer tend to overlook the styles used in other applications. That is especially true of graphic styles.

Graphic styles are found in Draw and Impress. They are to a drawing object what paragraph styles are to a block of text in Writer. While you could simply copy and paste an oval primitive when you need another one, by creating a style, you allow yourself the option of modifying all the objects that use the style in a matter of seconds, rather than altering each one separately...

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