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As a technical writer I understand the need for an Outliner.
Well LibreOffice has Outliner built in!!!
If you use styles on your paragraphs and then use the Navigator (F5) you can
move headings up and down.
You can move the heading and all the text below the heading or just the
So just create headings of different levels.
Works just like I remember Word 2003 working.
Haven't used Word since 2003 so am not sure if the outliner features have

Try the LibreOffice Navigator and you will be surprised at what can be done.

Hope this helps


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