At 10:01 21/01/2016 +0100, Wojciech Górnas wrote:
I know the manual way of doing it - although I
had a good reason to ask about an automatic
method: the original file contains 1000+
footnotes :) This should have been written it at
the very beginning: I am quite familiar with LO
Writer and really have tried out different options.
Indeed it should: this would have saved me wasted effort.
I decided ask my question because I really don't know what to do now.
You could unzip the .odt file, extract
content.xml, examine this to determine how
Automatic and Character footnote anchors are
differently represented, edit it as necessary,
rezip the .odt file using the edited content.xml
- and hope it works! But I don't recommend this.
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