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How to change the color of horizontal lines created with :


or by the menu : Insert -> Horizontal Line -> Simple

The horizontal lines are always in black, and I want to change there colors.

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I don’t have access to LibreOffice Writer, but in Microsoft Word, a horizontal line (as generated by ---) is a bottom border on the preceding paragraph.  You can change its attributes (color, thickness, and style, e.g., dotted or dashed) by selecting the preceding paragraph and bringing up the “Borders and Shading …” dialog box.  (If necessary, select the “Paragraph” option in the “Apply to” drop-down, or whatever LibreOffice Writer has.)

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Thanks, it's the same for LibreOffice Writer. – Nicolas Feb 8 '13 at 9:44

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