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Hello LibreOffice users,

Using writer, I merged two documents into a single one in order to get
the cross-references working between the two. It is now a single
document from the Writer point of view. However from a 'logical' point
of view, there's still two documents. The first pages belongs to the
first document and the last pages belongs to the other.

In all pages, the footer has the automatic fields "Page number" and
"Page count". I'd like to make those fields working as they were two
independent document. The footers would looks like this:

Using a different page style and a manual page break, I am able to get
the desired page numbers in each 'logical' document.

Using a bookmark on the last page of the first document and a
cross-reference to it, I am able to get the desired page count of the
first 'logical' document.

Now I am desperately trying to get the desired page count for the
second 'logical' document. Thought?

Taking the problem upside down, I would rather be happy if I could
make cross-references between the two documents without having to
merge them.

Best regards to the users community,

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