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Microsoft Office to OpenOffice Migration Guide
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Fields

a comparison of fields between Writer and Word, see Chapter 2, “Sharing Files with Microsoft Office Users”.

Table 6: Use of fields

To do this

In Word

In Writer

Insert a field

Insert > Field
(or) CTRL + F9 for blank field

Insert > Fields and choose the requested field.

Define a number range field

Insert > Field, use SEQ (sequence)

Insert > Fields > Other > Variables tab, then Number range in the Type area

Insert a bookmark

Select text; Insert > Bookmark

Select text; Insert > Bookmark

Insert a cross-reference to a bookmark

Insert > Cross Reference, choose Bookmark as type

Insert > Cross Reference > Bookmark1

Insert a cross-reference to a heading

Insert > Cross Reference, choose Heading as type

Either bookmark the heading or use Insert > Cross Reference > References tab > Set Reference to mark the heading, then Insert > Cross Reference > References tab > Insert Reference.

Insert a cross-reference to a figure or table

Insert > Cross Reference, choose type

Insert > Cross Reference > References tab > Insert Reference > Figure (or Table)

Use conditional content

Use IF or other fields, or styles (all workarounds)

Insert > Fields > Other > Variables (among other ways)

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