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My intention was to use the header function to describe each page of a
29 page document separately, with a couple of exceptions where two
pages may have the same header.

I thought that it would just be a simple question of telling the header
of each page to copy (or not) the header of the previous page. How
mistaken could I be?!!

No matter what I tried, I was totally unable to find the trick for such
a simple that I am beginning to question my sanity. ;-)
The final result was that the first header was all right, but all the
subsequent headers oscillated between the one for page 29 and page 26.

I'm using LO on Linux.

Build ID: 40(Build:2)
CPU threads: 2; OS: Linux 4.12; UI render: default; VCL: gtk3; 
Locale: en-GB (en_GB.UTF-8); UI-Language: en-GB
Calc: threaded

So what's the trick? I am sure that other users have been down a
similar path.


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