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Hi everyone,

Marc Paré wrote:
Thanks for the note. Yes, it does sound that
different tools are needed 
depending on the field of study.
There should almost be a mailist 
dedicated to LibO use for academia where we
could collect the data 
needed to make LibO a great tool for academia

This list comes from my experience (When I wrote my
dissertation in the humanities), I hope this is

* Bibliographic Tools.

In addition to the bibliography tools.

* Improvements to the Alphabetical Indexes.
Moreover, many contracts require that authors act as their own indexers.

* Improvements to the footnotes.

* Improvements to the Table of Contents.

* "Don't add space between paragraphs of the same style"
This option is very popular with users of MsWord.

* The Holy Grail of the writers: Outline View.

What is your opinion?

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