Le 2012-05-16 02:48, Simos Xenitellis a écrit :
You can cite your bibliography in the document using 'Insert→citation".
There are more bibliography tools, if you are interested to test them out,
I just looked at JabRef and it does have custom export formats for
"OpenOffice.org" -> presumably these would work with LibreOffice. I have
left them a note. It may prove to be just another "hurdle" for some as
the default format is LaTeX and I would probably guess that most people
who are working with LibreOffice are most likely not too familiar with
Mendeley,http://www.mendeley.com/ (+document management, closed source).
Does support "OpenOffice" -> presumably on LibreOffice as well. I have
left them a note. I had tried this one a couple of years ago, there is a
free version but I never really looked too closely at the pay-version.
Regarding appendices, see
I wonder if there is a document on the LibreOffice Wiki about all these.
That is, a document that explains how to use LibreOffice Writer for
Not yet. Sounds like a good idea.
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