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I'm outlining and drafting in OmniOutliner. Now I want to format and polish my stuff in Pages or Mellel. But on exporting or dragging and dropping I get line breaks all over the document. Why is that?

In detail: At each point, where the text hops in OOL in the next line (which depends on the width of my window etc.), there appears a line break in Pages or Mellel or TextEdit or whereever I open the RTF or drop the text.

That doesn't make much sense to me. Am I doing sth. wrong? How do you guys export and polish? It's obvious that working through the text eliminating 200 line breaks won't be an option.
 
This is due to a multiple column outline. Since we don't have a RTF export format that uses a table, there's no way to recreate the columns without adding line breaks in.

You can work around this by exporting to HTML and copying and pasting from the HTML file.
 
Thanks, Derek - great support! I solved the issue by deleting the 2nd column. A 1-column outline is exported wonderfully into RTF with free-flowing text.
 
 


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