On Wednesday 01 June 2005 13:58, Michele Neylon :: Blacknight Solutions wrote:
> > In my opinion, your main problems will not relate to
> > technical limitations of the software but user acceptance.
>> Maybe if/when they iron out all the bugs in Open Office.
> For example, I sent someone a word document a couple of days ago. They
> added a few paragraphs to it and highlighted them in Open Office. Neither
> of us could remove the highlighting afterwards.
>> I get a bit tired of people harping on about how wonderful and great open
> office is when it still can't do something simple like highlighting text in
> such a way that somebody can edit/remove the highlighting afterwards.
It probably will not do you any good now, but was the highlight on the chars
in the paragraph or on the paragraph itself ? These are 2 different
attributes in OOo. To reset char/paragraph attributes to default "Format" ->
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