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At 14:27 15/11/2012 +0100, Nikolai Huckle wrote:
I have a problem with the End-notes in Libre Office, which I cannot solve somehow. I want a End-note that looks, in the text and on the End-note page, like this: [1],[2],... with the same font-style and size as the normal text body.

o For the references in the text, simply type the brackets where you need them - around the endnote reference itself.

o Go to Tools | Footnotes/Endnotes... | Endnotes. For Numbering select "1, 2, 3, ..." and enter "[" for Before and "]" for After.

o Go to Format | Styles and Formatting (or click the Styles and Formatting button in the Formatting toolbar, or press F11). Click the Character Styles button. Right-click "Endnote anchor" and select Modify... | Position. Under Position, select Normal. (Also make any other desired changes.)

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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