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Hi

I don't want to write a note.
It's more like writing a table of content (not really a toc but something
like this), with longer text and a page number left.
A short example what i try to do:

text text text
text text text       page

As far as I know, this is possible in MS Word and the Feature List of LO 3.5
(detailed information under [1]) states that this is also possible.

I've tried everything, but now i start to think, that this behaviour is not
working (I use LO 3.5.4).
I wonder if I had misunderstood this feature.

Cheers Sven

[1]
http://www.libreoffice.org/download/3-5-new-features-and-fixes/

Layout fixes (C├ędric Bosdonnat)
  
When a tab stop is set behind the end margin, the tab uses this value and
does not go to a new line. A compatibility option has been added, thus only
new documents will behave this way.



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