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On Monday 29 February 2016 14:16:38 Terry Coles wrote:
Insert the illustration, then select it and use Insert > Caption. Make
sure the category is set to Illustration. That inserts a reference which
is recognised by the Table of Illustrations.

3.  I get a similar problem with a Table of Tables.

I just realised what I did.  I'm thinking Title-centric, (like in W**d), 
whereas LibreOffice is object-centric.

So instead of selecting the title or heading of the image or table and trying 
to add a Caption to that, I needed to select the image or table *itself*.

It takes a bit of getting used to for someone who used the main competing 
product at work for the best part of 35 years.



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