Opmaakprofielen en sjablonen

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Opmaakprofielen zijn benoemde lijsten die attributen voor opmaak bevatten. Zij werken door alle toepassingen van Apache OpenOffice heen en helpen de opmaak significant eenvoudiger te maken. Als de gebruiker een van de attributen van een opmaakprofiel wijzigt, dan past Apache OpenOffice automatisch alle gedeelten in het document aan, afhankelijk van het attribuut. De gebruiker kan daarom, bijvoorbeeld, het lettertype van alle gedeelten met Kop 1 wijzigen door middel van één centrale wijziging in het document. Afhankelijk van het relevante type document, herkent Apache OpenOffice een breed scala verschillende typen opmaakprofielen.

Apache OpenOffice Writer ondersteunt de volgende typen opmaakprofiel:

  • Tekenopmaakprofielen
  • Alineaopmaakprofielen
  • Frameopmaakprofielen
  • Paginaopmaakprofielen
  • Lijstopmaakprofielen

Apache OpenOffice Calc ondersteunt de volgende typen opmaakprofiel:

  • Celopmaakprofielen
  • Paginaopmaakprofielen

Apache OpenOffice Impress ondersteunt de volgende typen opmaakprofiel:

  • Opmaakprofielen voor elementen van tekens
  • Presentatieopmaakprofielen

In Apache OpenOffice terminology, the different types of styles are called StyleFamilies in accordance with the com.sun.star.style.StyleFamily service on which they are based. The StyleFamilies are accessed by means of the document object:

Dim Doc As Object
Dim Sheet As Object 
Dim StyleFamilies As Object 
Dim CellStyles As Object
Doc = ThisComponent
StyleFamilies = Doc.StyleFamilies
CellStyles = StyleFamilies.getByName("CellStyles")

The example uses the StyleFamilies property of a spreadsheet document to establish a list containing all available cell styles.

The individual styles can be accessed directly by means of an index:

Dim Doc As Object
Dim Sheet As Object
Dim StyleFamilies As Object 
Dim CellStyles As Object
Dim CellStyle As Object
Dim I As Integer
Doc = ThisComponent
StyleFamilies = Doc.StyleFamilies
CellStyles = StyleFamilies.getByName("CellStyles")
For I = 0 To CellStyles.Count - 1
  CellStyle = CellStyles(I)
  MsgBox CellStyle.Name
Next I

The loop added since the previous example displays the names of all cell styles one after another in a message box. Template:Documentation/Note

Details about various formatting options

Each type of style provides a whole range of individual formatting properties. Here is an overview of the most important formatting properties and the points at which they are explained:

The format properties are by no means restricted to the applications in which these are explained, but instead can be used universally. For example, most of the page properties described in Spreadsheets can therefore be used not only in Apache OpenOffice Calc, but also in Apache OpenOffice Writer.

More information about working with styles can be found in the Default values for character and paragraph properties section in Text Documents.


Templates are auxiliary documents. They provide a very convenient way to store, maintain, and distribute styles, macros, boiler-plate text, and other useful things.

Document and Template Types

Each major type of Apache OpenOffice document has its own associated template type. In general, and for styles in particular, you can access information within a template in the same way you would access the same information in the associated document type. In other words, code (like the above examples) that works in a particular document type should also work for the associated template type.

Automatic Update

Most template types – Draw templates are the exception – have an automatic-update feature. If a style in the template has been changed, and you open a document created with that template, you will see a message asking whether to update the styles in the document. If you click on Yes, the new or changed styles will be copied into the document. Styles deleted from the template are not removed from documents.

A problem may arise if you click on No: the styles will not be updated, and the automatic-update feature will be turned off. As of Apache OpenOffice Version 3.1, this status does not show in the GUI, nor is there any GUI way to re-enable the feature. (For Writer documents only, you can use the Template Changer extension to set this feature again.)

The following subroutine, adapted from the Template Changer extension, will re-enable the update feature for all document types.

Sub FixUpdate
  Dim oDocSettings as Object
  oDocSettings = ThisComponent.createInstance( "com.sun.star.document.Settings" )
  oDocSettings.UpdateFromTemplate = True
End Sub 'FixUpdate

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