I would disagree. I can't think of a single case when you need to refer reader
to multiple footnotes/endnotes at once.
What you are probably talking about, is bibliography (know also as "Works
cited" or "References"). There are two main styles for them:
1. Note system (Vancouver system)
2. Parenthetical system (Harvard system, "author-date").
For more information, check Wikipedia article on Citation:
I think that you are confusing endnotes with note system bibliography.
BUT this is known fact, that bibliographic feature of Writer is tragic. In
fact, I think it is unusable. So your point is valid in some way:
bibliographic feature in LO definitely needs to be worked on.
Until that happens, you may wish to use specialized software for referencing.
There are at least two that are free of charge:
- Zotero <http://www.zotero.org/>
- Mendeley <http://www.mendeley.com/>
There are also some paid programs, if you like.
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