Specify the formatting styles and the layout for the current page style, including page margins, headers and footers, and the page background.
Choose Format - Page Style.
Choose Page Style.
On the Layout tab, choose Page Margins or Page Size or Page Columns and click on More Options.
On the Layout menu of the Layout tab, choose Page Style.
OptionAlt + Shift + P
Click on the Page Style area.
Choose View - Styles (Command+TF11) - choose Page Styles - open context menu for selected style - New/Edit Style.
Set the options for the selected style.
Allows you to define page layouts for single and multiple-page documents, as well as a numbering and paper formats.
Set the fill options for the selected drawing object or document element.
Set the transparency options for the fill that you apply to the selected object.
Adds a header to the current page style. A header is an area in the top page margin, where you can add text or graphics.
Adds a footer to the current page style. A footer is an area in the bottom page margin, where you can add text or graphics.
Sets the border options for the selected objects in Writer or Calc.
Specifies the layout options for footnotes, including the line that separates the footnote from the main body of document.
These commands can only be accessed after you enable support for Asian languages in LibreOffice - PreferencesTools - Options - Languages and Locales - General.
Adds a text grid to the current page style. This option is only available if Asian language support is enabled under Languages and Locales - General in the Options dialog box.
Resets modified values on the current tab back to the values when the dialog was opened. If Apply is used before closing the dialog, then values are reset to those after the last use of Apply.