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Not built in or bundled with a DocumentFoundation extension.

But, believe you'll find the Zotero Standalone v3.0 with v3.5.x plugin for OpenOffice/LibreOffice supplemented with the FireFox browser plugin will do exactly the style changes you are looking for--working with CSL and "reference marks" of your citations in your text. You'll might want to also activate a no cost dataservice with Zotero.org for hosting your data--but that is optional.

Some version dependencies on both sides, but a pretty active forum and useful documentation. Some of the "3rd party" documentation is best.

Not built in or bundled with a DocumentFoundation extension.

But, believe you'll find the Zotero Standalone v3.0 with v3.5.x plugin for OpenOffice/LibreOffice supplemented with the FireFox browser plugin will do exactly the style changes you are looking for--working with CSL and "reference marks" of your citations in your text. You'll might You may also want to also activate a no cost dataservice with Zotero.org for hosting your data--but that is optional.

Some version dependencies on both sides, but a pretty active forum and useful documentation. Some of the "3rd party" documentation is best.

Not built in or bundled with a DocumentFoundation extension.extension to LibreOffice.

But, believe you'll find the Zotero Standalone v3.0 with v3.5.x plugin for OpenOffice/LibreOffice supplemented with the FireFox browser plugin will do exactly the style changes you are looking for--working with CSL and "reference marks" of your citations in your text. You may also want to activate a no cost dataservice with Zotero.org for hosting your data--but that is optional.

Some version dependencies on both sides, but a pretty active forum and useful documentation. Some of the "3rd party" documentation is best.