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When inserting a formula into LibreOffice, there is a whole lot of padding between it and other words. How can I modify the formatting of formulas to make the padding much smaller?

LibreOffice 3.3.1

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LibreOffice applies a default frame style named Formula to formula objects. It has AutoSize activated by default, and also a default padding. It should be sufficient to modify that frame style.

To do so, open the stylist using F11 and select the Frame Styles. It's the third button from left:

select frame Styles

Now, select the Formula style, right click and Modify:

modify formula style

Now, you can edit the details applying to every formula object in the current document, for example the space around the formula:

edit style

In addition, you could modify the formula object directly; under Wrap tab, it has some default spacing values.

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