[Scribus] Styles and Openoffice writer odt import
Fri Apr 7 22:29:30 CEST 2006
Am Freitag, 7. April 2006 11:15 schrieb Ian Malone:
> On 06/04/06, Christoph Sch?fer <christoph-schaefer at gmx.de> wrote:
> > Am Donnerstag, 6. April 2006 21:23 schrieb Ian Malone:
> > > That's what I'd been doing, but there were several different
> > > documents to be imported (to go into different boxes), all
> > > using the same OpenOffice styles and all needing to use
> > > a corresponding (but different) Scribus style. What I did
> > > in the end was to import without style information, change
> > > the style for the text box to the main (paragraph) style
> > > and then manually change the style for any paragraphs
> > > that were different.
> > But why don't you use different paragraph styles in OO.o then?
> It was an A0 poster; the font size is sufficiently large that it's
> a pain to work with it in Writer. I suppose I could have changed
> the page size and zoomed out in Writer, but then you're
> starting to do the layout in Writer rather than Scribus.
I wonder why you are working in such a complicated way, but then I don't know
If I were you, I wouldn't do any formatting in OO.o at all and create all the
paragraph styles in Scribus instead, especially if I were "only" producing a
poster. That way , I'd save myself a lot of trouble :)
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