3. Click "Number range" in the Type list.
4. Type "Quotation" in the Name box.
5. Do one of the following:
Type a number in the Value box, or leave the box empty to use automatic
Select the outline level where you want the numbering to restart in the Level
6. Click Insert, and then click Close.
Using Master Documents and Subdocuments
A master document lets you manage large documents, such as a book with many
chapters, by acting as a container for individual StarOffice Writer files. The indi-
vidual files are called subdocuments. You can also separate a large document that
is being worked on by several people into subdocuments and then add them to a
When you add an existing file as a subdocument to a master document or create a
new subdocument, a link to the subdocument is created. You cannot edit the
content of a subdocument in a master document.
Page, caption, footnote, endnote, and any other numbering that you have set in the
subdocuments, is carried over into the master document. For example, if the last
footnote in the first subdocument is footnote 6, then the first footnote in the next
subdocument will be footnote 7.
Styles that are used in subdocuments, such as paragraph styles, are automatically
imported into the master document after you save the master document. When
you modify the style in the master document, the style in the subdocument is
Use the same document template for the master document and its subdocuments.
When you modify or create a style, add it to the document template, and then
reload the master document to apply to the subdocuments.
When you print a master document, the contents of all subdocuments, indexes,
and any text that you entered are printed.
You can create a table of contents and index in the master document for all of the
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