On 2012-11-16 02:27, Nikolai Huckle wrote:
Hi. I just did this with references to a bibliography. I wrote the notes
on a page where I wanted them in format preceded by , etc. I then
did Insert>Cross-reference. Set reference, highlighted  and gave it a
name say Enote1 and click insert.
Now go to the place in your text you want to place the reference to the
note, insert reference and Insert reference to = reference. Select
Enote1 and click insert.
I have a problem with the End-notes in Libre Office, which I cannot solve
I want a End-note that looks, in the text and on the End-note page, like
with the same font-style and size as the normal text body.
Another thing that is important is, that I have the possibility to make the
End-note page not the last in the document, because I have a backcover
So basically it´s two things, how do i change the End-note style the way I
want it to and how do i change where the End-note page is created?
I would appreciate any help on this!Thanks in advance for an answer.
Another great thing here with LO is highlight the inserted reference in
your text (not the actual note) and press F11 for styles. Select
character styles and at top right select "New style from selection and
call it Enote say.
Each time you insert a reference, highlight the inserted reference in
your text (not the actual note) and double click the new Enote character
style you created to apply the same style.
All your references now have the same style, if you modify the style
(right click on the style) to say superscript, all your references
become superscript. If you colour the font or add a background they all
change and have the same style.
The reason I use cross references is because when a PDF is created they
produce links in the pdf that allow you to easily jump to the reference.
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