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index 3af02a5ca31..fdf89cf9d05 100644
--- a/source/zh-TW/helpcontent2/source/text/shared/00.po
+++ b/source/zh-TW/helpcontent2/source/text/shared/00.po
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: PACKAGE VERSION\n"
"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: https://bugs.libreoffice.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=LibreOffice&bug_status=UNCONFIRMED&component=UI\n"
-"POT-Creation-Date: 2021-03-29 16:02+0200\n"
+"POT-Creation-Date: 2021-06-11 17:09+0200\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: 2020-07-28 14:35+0000\n"
"Last-Translator: sophie <gautier.sophie@gmail.com>\n"
"Language-Team: Chinese (Traditional) <https://weblate.documentfoundation.org/projects/libo_help-master/textshared00/zh_Hant/>\n"
@@ -124,13 +124,13 @@ msgctxt ""
msgid "You can type a numerical value into the field next to the spin button, or select the value with the <emph>Up Arrow</emph> or <emph>Down Arrow</emph> symbols on the spin button. On the keyboard you can press the <item type=\"keycode\">Up Arrow</item> and <item type=\"keycode\">Down Arrow</item> keys to increase or reduce the value. You can press the <item type=\"keycode\">Page Up</item> and <item type=\"keycode\">Page Down</item> keys to set the maximum and minimum value."
msgstr ""
-#. FUCwh
+#. 2zxgm
#: 00000001.xhp
msgctxt ""
"00000001.xhp\n"
"par_id3150264\n"
"help.text"
-msgid "If the field next to the spin button defines numerical values, you can also define a <link href=\"text/shared/00/00000003.xhp#metrik\" name=\"measurement unit\">measurement unit</link>, for example, <emph>1 cm or 5 mm, 12 pt or 2\"</emph>."
+msgid "If the field next to the spin button defines numerical values, you can also define a <link href=\"text/shared/00/00000003.xhp#measurement_units\" name=\"measurement unit\">measurement unit</link>, for example, <emph>1 cm or 5 mm, 12 pt or 2\"</emph>."
msgstr ""
#. 7DT6o
@@ -214,13 +214,13 @@ msgctxt ""
msgid "Metrics"
msgstr "字型尺度"
-#. JFKnX
+#. XHnuD
#: 00000001.xhp
msgctxt ""
"00000001.xhp\n"
"par_id3145345\n"
"help.text"
-msgid "You can enter values in the input fields in different <link href=\"text/shared/00/00000003.xhp#metrik\" name=\"units of measurement\">units of measurement</link>. The default unit is inches. However, if you want a space of exactly 1 cm, then type \"1cm\". Additional units are available according to the context, for example, 12 pt for a 12 point spacing. If the value of the new unit is unrealistic, the program uses a predefined maximum or minimum value."
+msgid "You can enter values in the input fields in different <link href=\"text/shared/00/00000003.xhp#measurement_units\" name=\"units of measurement\">units of measurement</link>. The default unit is inches. However, if you want a space of exactly 1 cm, then type \"1cm\". Additional units are available according to the context, for example, 12 pt for a 12 point spacing. If the value of the new unit is unrealistic, the program uses a predefined maximum or minimum value."
msgstr ""
#. gjFSF
@@ -2248,22 +2248,31 @@ msgctxt ""
msgid "Direct and Style Formatting"
msgstr "直接和間接格式化"
-#. MxsZg
+#. QaB9M
+#: 00000005.xhp
+msgctxt ""
+"00000005.xhp\n"
+"par_id431619103899855\n"
+"help.text"
+msgid "A style is a set of formatting attributes, grouped and identified by a name (the style name). When you apply a style to an object, the object is formatted with the set of attributes of the style. Several objects of same nature can have the same style. As consequence, when you change the set of formatting attributes of the style, all objects associated with the style also change their formatting attributes accordingly. Use styles to uniformly format a large set of paragraphs, cells, and objects and better manage the formatting of documents."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. GDMrG
#: 00000005.xhp
msgctxt ""
"00000005.xhp\n"
"par_id3159254\n"
"help.text"
-msgid "If you format a document without Styles, it is referred to as \"direct\" formatting. This means modifying text or other objects, such as frames or tables, by applying various attributes directly. The format applies only to the selected area and all changes must be made separately. Styles, on the other hand, are not applied to the text directly, but rather are defined in the Styles window and then applied. One advantage is that when you change a Style, all parts of the document to which that Style is assigned are modified at the same time."
+msgid "When you do not use styles, and apply formatting attributes to parts of text directly, this is called Direct formatting (also called manual formatting). The formatting is applied only to the selected area of the document. If the document has several paragraphs, frames, or any other object, you apply direct formatting on each object. Direct formatting is available with the Format menu and with the Formatting toolbar."
msgstr ""
-#. QTCDE
+#. KeiAC
#: 00000005.xhp
msgctxt ""
"00000005.xhp\n"
-"par_id3147287\n"
+"par_id971619105747398\n"
"help.text"
-msgid "You can remove direct formatting from your document by selecting the entire text with the shortcut keys <switchinline select=\"sys\"><caseinline select=\"MAC\"><keycode>Command</keycode></caseinline><defaultinline><keycode>Ctrl</keycode></defaultinline></switchinline><keycode>+A</keycode> and then choosing <menuitem>Format - Clear Direct Formatting</menuitem>."
+msgid "A direct formatting attribute applied on a object overrides the corresponding attribute of the style applied to the object."
msgstr ""
#. aUcVk
@@ -2365,6 +2374,51 @@ msgctxt ""
msgid "Formatting refers to the visual layout of text using a word-processing or DTP program. This includes defining the paper format, page borders, fonts and font effects, as well as indents and spacing. You can format text <link href=\"text/shared/00/00000005.xhp#Section7\">directly or with Styles</link> provided by $[officename]."
msgstr "格式是指使用文字處理程式或 DTP 程式之文字的可視版面配置。這包括定義紙張格式、頁面邊框、字型和字型效果以及縮排和間隔。您可以<link href=\"text/shared/00/00000005.xhp#Section7\">直接或是使用 $[officename] 提供的樣式</link>格式化文字。"
+#. CDCzC
+#: 00000005.xhp
+msgctxt ""
+"00000005.xhp\n"
+"bm_id911622865848718\n"
+"help.text"
+msgid "<bookmark_value>half-width;definition</bookmark_value> <bookmark_value>halfwidth;definition</bookmark_value> <bookmark_value>full-width;definition</bookmark_value> <bookmark_value>fullwidth;definition</bookmark_value>"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. FkxhB
+#: 00000005.xhp
+msgctxt ""
+"00000005.xhp\n"
+"hd_id871622865956807\n"
+"help.text"
+msgid "Half-width and Full-width Characters"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. EurbT
+#: 00000005.xhp
+msgctxt ""
+"00000005.xhp\n"
+"par_id381622866004346\n"
+"help.text"
+msgid "Half-width and full-width are properties used to differentiate characters used by some East Asian languages and scripts, mainly Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (CJK)."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. djoxW
+#: 00000005.xhp
+msgctxt ""
+"00000005.xhp\n"
+"par_id171622867006461\n"
+"help.text"
+msgid "The Han characters, Hiragana and Katakana characters, as well as Hangul characters used by these scripts are usually of square shape, and on fixed-width (monospace) display they occupy space of two Latin/ASCII characters. They are therefore called full-width characters, while the letters in Latin alphabet, digits, and punctuation marks included in ASCII character set are called half-width characters."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. ijLBK
+#: 00000005.xhp
+msgctxt ""
+"00000005.xhp\n"
+"par_id871622874043146\n"
+"help.text"
+msgid "For historical reasons, a set of square-shaped Latin letters, digits, and punctuation marks are also defined and used in CJK typography, in addition to or in place of their half-width counterparts. They are called full-width forms. Similarly, there are also half-width forms of the usually full-width Katakanas and Hangul Jamos, and they have narrower shapes instead of square ones. A character's half-width and full-width forms are essentially two ways of writing the same character, just like uppercase and lowercase forms of Latin alphabet. $[officename] supports conversion between half-width and full-width, as well as ignoring width difference when matching text strings."
+msgstr ""
+
#. VAGDA
#: 00000005.xhp
msgctxt ""