I'm a student trying to write a research paper with LibreOffice. How do I format the bibliography entry form so that it will conform to APA bibliographic style?
on 07/31/2012 – Made popular on 07/31/2012
I'm having a weird problem with Ubuntu: I un-installed libreoffice-common and its dependencies with synaptic and cannot reinstall it. It's missing libreoffice-stype-default which is nowhere to be found.
Despite LibreOffice's warning that it might not work, I have always been able to convert the LibreOffice word processor native file format to Word XP/2000/2003 format, and use that whenever I might send the document to someone who probably uses Word.
I write and then format my own ebooks, and I was wanting to use Libreoffice to do it this time (I usually use MS Word). But I have LO 18.104.22.168 on my desktop and only 22.214.171.124 on my laptop (where I do the composing). The versions look pretty similar, except for the fact that the laptop LO does not have Times New Roman for a font. Its default font is Liberation Serif.
I have to write my biggest research paper yet and need something good for the bibliography aspect of it. I tried getting into Libreoffice but it does not seem to have the capabilities without doing bucket loads of editing. In Microsoft Office the writer app has the auto MLA settings for bibliographys.
Hello,please excuse my bad english.I have a problem. Since the libreoffice update from 3.5.6 to 126.96.36.199 libreoffice don't start. For a short time i see the splash-screen and that's it. In the terminal, when i type soffice or lowriter or libreoffice --writer i can't see any message. Also i deleted the ~/.config/libreoffice folder. But that doesn't help.