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Seth is putting a lot of effort into consistent labels and a correct documentation. And actually I though he added the chapter/heading thing to the glossary but I cannot find it.

Chapter: Paragraph with a first level outline like 1. or 2.
Heading: Paragraph with any outline level like 1.1 or 2.1

Remember that all headings are just paragraphs, and you make it visually appearing as heading (plus being part of the ToC and listed in the Navigator, etc) by changing the outline level from None (or Text Body so far, see bug 153735) to level 1..10. These levels are special bullet and numbering schemes defined via tools > chapter numbering.

Much of this is work in progress and for an overview see

Of course, you all are welcome to comment

On 05.03.23 16:16, Michael Wolf wrote:

maybe it is a stupid question: What is the difference between chapter number(ing) and heading number(ing)? In some strings of LO master occurrences of chapter number(ing) are replaced by heading number(ing).



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