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Hi Ken,

I know that the first step is to select Format -> Page style ... ->
Footnote, which opens a window with several options for the footnote
properties.  One of the options is 'Style'. Selection of 'None' for
'style' means no separator line.  If a separator line is wanted some
other selection must be made.  Unfortunately for 'style' no other
options besides 'None' are available; so it is impossible to install a
separator line above footnotes. What do I need to do to have other
options for 'style'?

Could be I understand it wrong way, but when I open Writer → Format → PageStyle → Footnote I will see a listbox for styles. The default style is a line. I could also choose a dashed line and "none".

I am using LO with Debian 11 'Bullseye' and the Trinity desktop

Here with LO and also LO on OpenSUSE 15.3, KDE desktop.



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