Defining Background Colors or Background Graphics

You can define a background color or use a graphic as a background for various objects in LibreOffice Writer.

To Apply a Background To Text Characters

  1. Select the characters.

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  3. Click the Background tab, select the background color.

To Apply a Background To a Paragraph

  1. Place the cursor in the paragraph or select several paragraphs.

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  3. On the Background tab page, select the background color or a background graphic.

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To select an object in the background, hold down the key and click the object. Alternatively, use the Navigator to select the object.


To Apply a Background To All or Part of a Table

  1. Place the cursor in the table in your text document.

  2. Choose Table - Properties.

  3. On the Background tab page, select the background color or a background graphic.

  4. In the For box, choose whether the color or graphic should apply to the current cell, the current row or the whole table. If you select several cells or rows before opening the dialog, the change applies to the selection.

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You may also use an icon to apply a background to table parts.


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To apply a background color to cells, select the cells and use the Table Cell Background Color button dropdown on the Table toolbar.


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To apply a background color to a text paragraph within a cell, place the cursor into the text paragraph and then use the Background Color dropdown button on the Formatting toolbar.


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