What is line spacing and how can you set it? [Writer, Word & Pages]

A fair definition of line spacing comes from Microsoft: Line spacing determines the amount of vertical space between lines of text in a paragraph. By default, lines are single-spaced, meaning that the spacing accommodates the largest font in that line, plus a small amount of extra space. If a line contains a large text character or graphic, Publisher increases the spacing for that line. To … [Read more...]

Quick Superscript and Subscript in NeoOffice, OpenOffice.org Writer [for footnotes, squared, cubed, etc]

Amazon Affiliate: How to Write & Sell Simple Information for Fun and Profit: Your Guide to Writing and Publishing Books, E-Books, Articles, Special Reports, Audio Programs, DVDs, and Other How-To Content When you are trying to square or cube something (perhaps you're quoting cubit feet or cubic metres for a client, or looking at floor space), or adding footnotes for a thesis or writing … [Read more...]

Changing the Default Size of your Document [OpenOffice Writer]

Living outside of the US means that I use A4 paper. OpenOffice Writer documents usually default to Letter sized paper. To change the size of your paper to A4, use the steps below. If you want to change the default paper size, then perform the steps below and keep reading further. Changing the page size of your document First, open a new Writer document. Then from the Format menu, … [Read more...]