You can insert text into other document types, such as spreadsheets and presentations. Note that there is a difference between whether the text is inserted into a frame, a spreadsheet cell, or into the outline view of a presentation.
If you copy text to the clipboard, you can paste it with or without text attributes. Use the shortcut keys CommandCtrl+C to copy and CommandCtrl+V to paste.
To select the format in which the clipboard contents will be pasted, click the arrow next to the \<emph\>Paste\</emph\> icon on the Standard bar, or choose \<emph\>Edit - Paste Special\</emph\>, then select the proper format.
If a text document contains headings formatted with the Heading Paragraph Style, choose \<emph\>File - Send - Outline to Presentation\</emph\>. A new presentation document is created, which contains the headings as an outline.
If you want to transfer each heading together with its accompanying paragraphs, select the \<emph\>File - Send - AutoAbstract to Presentation\</emph\> command. You must have formatted the headings with a corresponding Paragraph Style to be able to see this command.
If you select text and drag it into a spreadsheet with drag-and-drop, it will be inserted as text into the cell where you release the mouse.
If you drag text to the normal view of a presentation, an OLE object is inserted as a LibreOffice plug-in.
If you drag the text to the outline view of a presentation, it will be inserted at the cursor location.