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Old 10-07-2009, 05:54 PM   #1
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OO writer: I need to insert columns from a certain point

In OpenOffice Writer, I can't figure out how to start columns without including the entire page. I need the columns only after a certain point. I see no such option.
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I think you have to use Insert/Section from the menu to create more section inside
the page and then configure the number of columns in each section.

I found this in my bookmarks, it works the same with OOo-3.1:

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A section? I hadn't tried that. Thank you.


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