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On 10/10/2013, CougarB <> wrote:

I used outlining as my main method of work when a full-time technical
in the 90s (e.g., Fujitsu Software in San Jose). While working for a java
house, I was so influenced by the negative developer reactions to MS, that
I've been wishing to move to OpenOffice or LibraOffice ever since they came
along. But you don't have the functionality that I need, and furthermore,
the discussions of outlining on this forum seem to miss the whole point,
from my point of view.

There are many outliner tools out there, why use a word-processor when
a text editor such as Leo or Jedit can achieve outline functionality?

Alternatively, use LO writer styles and the navigator toolbar.

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