|Subject:||Re: [O] Need extra text in ODT export of headers|
|Date:||Mon, 3 Feb 2014 11:12:13 -0500|
Here's one way to do it in LibreOffice:
Go to Tools > Outline Numbering
For each heading level,
under "Separator" > "After",
add the markup they want ("<A>" for first level, etc.).
This should work for your printed manuscript. However, you'd need to
test if it's still there when you've converted to MS Word (don't have it
Dan Griswold writes:
> Hi all,
> I have to do something particular in org-mode, and I'm stumped.
> The manuscript I will need to submit to my publisher is to be very sparse
> on formatting in MS-Word. So for headings I need to mark them <A> for first
> level headings, <B> for second level, <C> for third level.
> So, with an org file that looks somewhat like this:
> * Here's a top Heading
> ** Here's a subheading
> * Here's another top Heading
> I would get in an ODT export:
> <A> Here's a top Heading
> <B> Here's a subheading
> <A> Here's another top Heading
> Do any of you have suggestions for how I could accomplish this, short of
> manually supplying that text for every single heading (67) in the several
> org files that comprise the manuscript?
> Perhaps there's a way to do this using LO styles. But I can't figure that
> out, either.
> Dan Griswold
> Rochester, NY
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