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Thanks for the reply. I include my response below.

On 28/08/13 19:54, John Jason Jordan wrote:
On Wed, 28 Aug 2013 18:22:59 +0100
Info/UX <> dijo:

The only way of placing the bibliography after the endnotes in correct
formatting is to place a section after (technically within) the final
endnote. Using a section for the main article causes a crash when
double spacing is applied.

Does this method bode well for MS Word compatibility? Is there a
better method?
There is a proprietary program called Endnote, used by many
academicians. Is that what you are referring to?

Regardless, there are numerous academic citation and reference styles.
Which one are you using?

And regardless of your responses to the above, might I suggest you look
into Zotero or Mendeley?

I'm not actually referring to that program -- by "endnotes" I simply mean in an article you can include numbered references and/or notes either at the the foot of each page or at the end of the document -- hence, the name "endnotes". But despite the name, it is normal to place the bibliography after theses notes. It's the Chicago Humanities style, as far as know -- numbered references with a numbered list at the end followed by bibliography. I'll take a look at Zotero now.. but it seems a quirk of LO that whichever referencing style you choose it places the notes after all other content.


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