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Thank you very much for this.

I am using LO, which is the latest build available for Kubuntu 12.04 LTS. I wonder why you do not experience the bug I do. I did upgrade from 3.5 (I think) to my current version and found the same bug. Maybe I should try the .deb from the LibreOffice website.

I am wondering though whether sections are needed at all. As long as one inserts the bibliography at the final stage it might be possible to simply press return and copy and paste under the final endnote.


On 28/08/13 23:18, Krunoslav Šebetić wrote:
I don't know which operation system and LO version are you using but on 4.0.5 on Linux the section for main content does the trick - I can put main content in a section, and in a section properties tick Collect at the end of section, Restart numbering, Custom format. Adding an endnote attaches it to a end of a section, and I can do Alt + Enter to exit that (main) section and make manual break with Ctrl + Enter so Bibliography can be added to a new page. It all works with double spaces (for endnotes and main text).

Just wonted to tell you that because maybe changing the LO version would solve your problems. Also, see here:


On 08/28/2013 07:22 PM, Info/UX wrote:

To simplify last night's tale of woe into one issue...

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?

Many thanks,

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