Custom Fill Colors in OpenOffice.org

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9 Responses

  1. Rey says:

    is there a quicker way for that like those on microsoft office?

  2. Some users will not have Options available under Tools, but will instead need to look under the OpenOffice.org menu to the left of the File menu. Go to Preferences > OpenOffice.org > Colors.

  3. Oli says:

    Would be good to have an import/export function, so the list of colors can be edited within a text editor.

    Or the dialog would expose the name of the file where the colors are stored.

  4. HC says:

    Thank you very much! I was so limited by the colors that were available. This unlocks it for me.

  5. vb says:

    Thanks so much. LibreOffice is still young, but I hope they make this feature more accessible and obvious.

  6. Ivan Stephen says:

    Could someone PLEASE rationalize these colour settings? I’d just like to have each colour and saturation once, and in a coherent format. I do not want to mess with the complicated settings myself, especially since I’d have to do it all over in each new version.

  7. Patricio Dorantes Jamarne says:

    =) I was looking for something more fast than this, and I found this site:

    http://www.practicatechnical.com/computer-tips/libreoffice-color-palette

    I’m on Fedora Core, so this file was under ~/.config/libreoffice/3/user/config

    Cheers!

  8. anonman says:

    It’s is not obvious… correction, “it is not microsoft’s way”.
    Most of the times, the learning curve is what makes people not to use libreoffice, most of the people don’t realize this is something different with diferent ways to do things, some times, it can do even more things.

  9. Mysok says:

    Thanks a lot! Very simply and very usefull for me.

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