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Re: [libreoffice-users] Document hierarchy and Indexing [as applied to LO Guides]


On 6/16/2020 3:54 AM, John Kaufmann wrote:
Hi Robert,

On 2020-06-16 03:38, Robert Großkopf wrote:
...
newbies will create all content in one document. So it is no problem to set

Level 1 ~ Heading 1
Level 2 ~ Heading 2
Level 3 ~ Heading 3

But if there are separate document for each chapter of a guide you
couldn't get a well formed Master Document for a guide. Heading 1 must
be there in Level 2 and the Title of the separate Documents must be in
Level 1.

Hope the global documents have been created the same way, as, for
example, the German Base Handbuch.

Thanks for that. I knew there must be something I was not seeing, and will consider the implications of Master Document construction. (Will post again when I have thought it through.)

In any case, though, shouldn't the same construction logic apply to all LO Guides?

Regards,
John


This thread reminds me that LO's greatest advantage is that the user has complete control over everything...

And LO's greatest drawback is that the user has complete control over everything...

Virgil


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