This seems to me to be a use of ibid.
On 6/2/21 10:33 AM, Regina Henschel wrote:
Gary Collins schrieb am 02.06.2021 um 17:27:
HiI have a document in writer in whicj itvwould be helpful to refer
to the same footnote from different parts of the text (to avoid
multiple copies of the footnote) but i cant seem to find how to do
it. Is it even possible?Lo 220.127.116.11Ubuntu 0.18.04.8ThanksGary
a link from document to footnote is no problem. Set cursor where the
number of the footnote should appear. Go to menu Insert >
Cross-Reference. In section 'Type' choose 'Footnotes'. Then select the
footnote in section 'Selection'. Then choose 'Reference' in section
'Insert reference to'. Click 'Insert' and 'Close'.
The reference is inserted as normal text. To give it the same
appearance than the others, mark it, then open the character styles in
the side bar and double-click the style 'Footnote Anchor' to assign it.
The link from footnote to text can of cause only go that place, where
the footnote was originally inserted.
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