[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 126596] EDITING: Define a paragraph format (or character format) whose text can be used as a field command

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Mon Jul 29 13:22:12 UTC 2019


Dieter Praas <dgp-mail at gmx.de> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Dieter Praas <dgp-mail at gmx.de> ---
Thank you for this idea. I have some questions:

- What happens, if you open a docx-file with that field command in writer?
- Use case is clear to me. But I don't understand how to do ist practically:
Does it mean you have a paragraph style like "last section" and assign this
paragraph style to every last section title (in your example "Section C" and
"Section E")? But what happens, if you edit the text and the last section is
now Section B?

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