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First export your data as .csv file format like below: F001,IC500 F003,IC501 F006,IC502 F008,IC503 Then switch to your main directory that you have all 700 directories there and use mv command inside a while-loop to rename the directory to new names: $ cd /path/to/main-dir ~/main-dir$ while IFS=, read -a name_dir;do echo mv -v "${name_dir[0]}" ...


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In Libre Office Writer: Go to Insert > Object > Ole Object Choose Create New LibreOffice Formula write bar{x} That will insert x bar into it, you can add other symbols (closely related to how latex does it) LibreOffice Calc and Impress also provide similar options


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A symbol such as an x (lowercase or uppercase) with a line on top of it does not exist as a coded character in Unicode (or any other character code standard). This is why you cannot find it in character pallettes. However, you can enter such a symbol using a normal letter followed by a combining diacritic mark, which could be U+0304 COMBINING MACRON or ...


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Try going to Tools / Footnotes & Endnotes. Select the Footnotes tab. Change the selection from "end of page" to "end of document". It changed all of mine in the whole document, just like I was hoping for.


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Just using a simple custom toolbar produces a more modern/minimalist feel (without any loss of functionality, since the less-common features are still in the menu): To create a custom toolbar: Disable all of the default toolbars from View > Toolbars Go to Tools > Customize > Toolbars and create a new toolbar with only the commands that you personally ...


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There is an option in the File menu of Libre Writer called Export as PDF. Once you export, open it again and print.


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Choose File/Print... On the first tab, choose "Handouts". On the last tab, called "Options", select "Print to file...". Press the "Print to file" button and enter a file name. Done!



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