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Old 02-11-2011, 03:22 PM   #4
eBookLuke
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Originally Posted by weedfreak View Post
I found it is 'more or less' obvious, at least to me, …I was looking as I was not happy with one or two styles and wanted to change them, preferably at creation time…
The simplest way:

Go to Tools>Macros>Organize Macros>OpenOffice Basic
Then goto MyMacros>Writer2ePub>CSS>CreateCSSfile and press Edit.

Now you can change the code that creates the CSS, according to tou need.

As soon I will have some time, I will add the capability to use a editable CSS and/or a choice of some CSSs

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