Ubuntu: How to change the spacing of formula objects in Libreoffice Writer



Question:

I'm inserting scientific formulae into a document in Libreoffice Writer within a paragraph using Insert>Object>Formula, and the spacing either side of the formula object is too large for the required formatting.

For example after the object any punctuation, like a full stop, is displaced too far from the formula. Can I change the general settings of formula objects so that they all have a user specified spacing?

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Solution:1

I found the wrapping options and have solved the issue for specific formula objects.

For those experiencing the same issue:

  1. Right click on the object (in my case a formula).

  2. From the options that appear in the drop down menu select "Object" (you can also press the "o" key as a shortcut). This will bring up a new widow showing that object's specific properties.

  3. From the available tabs in this window click on "Wrap".

  4. You should see a window like the one shown below; under the "Spacing" heading check to see what the spacing distance is for "Left" and "Right".

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  1. Set the values in "Left" and "Right" to zero (or any other setting you may need). Then click "OK".

Note: This will only effect the settings for that particular object, not all objects in you file.


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