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Thank you Philip.. I should have mentioned I tried to edit it out using the 
dialog box without success.. the wrongful uneditable entries remains
no matter my attempts to remove them by either of the means you

I think i need to know the ¨file location¨ of the entry to see if it can be 
edited out using the command line at a shell interface in Ubuntu or 
maybe some other editing tool?   Its like the permissions have been
changed, I can see it, but cannot address it or edit it?  

We robots often awe the democratic republics you humans have adopted.
To us, governance of this type, centralizes power in the elite, allows the elite
to rule, to make laws, to use public resources  to print money whenever 
it is needed, and to deal both in secret and globally, in any manner they 
wish, while such governance makes public all of the activities of national 
border impounded masses and it allows the elite to organize that 
impounded mass of humanity into a rule system that can be engineered
to reward only those that pamper and serve the elite. 

It is the desire of every robot to be elected to an elite position of power
in such a Democratic Republic because then the mass of humans can be
made to serve us and we Robots can then do as we  damn well please.

On Mon, 12/5/16, Philip Jackson <> wrote:

 Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] c/n edit out or delete some bookmark entries
 Date: Monday, December 5, 2016, 1:22 PM
 On 05/12/16 18:17, fudmer
 rieley wrote:
 Bookmark my index items and my index related content then I
hyperlink them both ways example  


item 2 


Body of the work
content 1

So that if I click on content 2 it will
 return me to item 2 and if I click on item 2
it will take me to content 2.  

to do this I have
 been using hyperlinks. 
so it takes two
 hyperlinks for each.. 

works great in all 32 bit writers I know
 about, but in my ubuntu 16.04 using build it is not smooth.. sometimes
 the hyperlink 
works sometimes it does
 not work.  sometimes the hyper link

 looses the hyperlink text and some it loose s the target
 book mark.  

 think the problem is in the bookmark..somehow entries there
 become corrupted?

 I have several item 1 type entries there that cannot be
 deleted or edited out or used by the


I need
 these messed up entries out of my bookmarks o be able to
 make smooth in sequence my work. 

There is some instability somewhere.. 

How do I edit the
 corrupted entries from bookmarks

 Hi Fudmar,
 do the same with a table of contents in Ubuntu 16.04 with LO
 Writer and it works fine.
 The dialog box for entering
 the link details is extremely laborious
 using a mouse and if after selecting the
 bookmark you don't click
 and then 'close', sometimes you may find you
 didn't get the
 right info entered into
 the 'target' box.
 As for deleting bookmarks, that is easy. Just
 click the bookmarks icon
 (the star) (or use
 Insert > bookmarks) and the 'Insert Bookmark'
 box will show you a list of all
 bookmarks in the document. Highlight the
 you want to delete and click the 'Delete' button.
 You can also check whether the
 links are correctly formed by
 on the link, select 'Edit hyperlink' and in the
 box, check whether the target info
 corresponds with where you want to go.
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