Hi, created a FAQ for myself in Fedora 16 using LO3.6. When I upgraded to Fedora 18 I was also
using 3.6. I really can't remember but I would say the version of LO came from the Fedora
repository (it isn't installed by default in F18).
The FAQ is a very basic ODT file. I created an index at the front using the defaults provided so
index is based on defaults - Heading1 is position 1, Heading2 is position 2 & Heading3 is
position3, etc. Anyway, all good, the document grew as I grabbed more information. Mostly I just
added lines to the end, in some cases I added a new heading which went into the index.
Yesterday I downloaded the latest LO version from the official site. removed 3.6 and installed 4.0.
Today, I updated the FAQ with some GIT information. So I created a new heading1 for GIT with a
heading2 underneath. And a few lines of information along the way (in the format text body). When I
updated the index, all lines I had typed in were added to the index. Plus a few from the page
before and the page after. But not all pages!
So I reinstalled 3.6 and updated the index but the same problem persists.
I have read the writer guide often enough recently to have a pretty good idea how this works but I
am stumped. Any thoughts on how to sort out the index?
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