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[tdf-discuss] Placement of End notes in a document


I don't see any question that address this question directly.  I am writing
my Master's degree thesis and I want to put some endnotes in my paper
according to the Turabian format.  This means that my end notes needs to go
before I my "Sources Cited" section.  When I enter a foot note for an item
that I want to explain with an endnote, the default placement in Writer is
at the end of the document, after the "Sources Cited" section.  To comply
with my university's requirements and the Turabian format, I need to either
know how to work around this or have a version of Libre Office where an
option is allowed to place the endnotes after all the appendices and before
the bibliography section.  Turabian is the main reference manual for the
Chicago's style of writing academic papers.

Thanks for your attention to this.

Nick

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