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My apologies; I was not aware you were looking for how people managed
to "up-rate" LibreOffice to work better for academic work. In my own
case, I found the "writer's tools" offered by Dimitri Popov as an
extension toolkit to be most useful, particularly for things like
citations, bibliography and footnotes.

It must be admitted that the extension is an OpenOffice item rather
than LibreOffice, but I found it would work quite well with minimal
extra work to put into LibreOffice. I hope this is the sort of thing
you were looking for.

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