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I'm looking for different sets of styles (colorsheme, headings, bullet lists, etc...) for LibreOffice. I need, what is called Themes in MS Office:

I know, styles can't be imported, but actually they can be embedded in templates!

I know how to create/change a style by myself, but I also know how hard it is to create a good looking, coherent style with nice typography, color-palette and spacings.

That's why I'm looking for templates with ready-to-go set of styles.

A very good example for what I'm looking for is this template:

Sadly, it's the only one I found, yet.

I already checked the repositories and

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closed as off-topic by Eric Carvalho, Maythux, BuZZ-dEE, LnxSlck, minerz029 Feb 11 '14 at 20:33

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The docs of libreoffice/open office are examples of good typography. Both sets of docs are available in odt. Not exactly templates, but... – Adobe Jan 11 '14 at 7:32
Try this link:… . I think it has the answer to your question and might be of help. – KSR Jan 22 '14 at 0:12

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