I’m trying to get a list of all my endnotes - I want to spot duplicate endnotes, or near-duplicates. I want to get a sortable list.
This could be showing it in the interface, or by exporting to a file.
Insert->Cross-references displays a list - but the list cannot be sorted or manipulated at all. (However, this suggests the list can somehow be accessed internally.)
This page on the OpenOffice wiki has two partial solutions - the first involves removing footnote numbers by hand, and the second suggests creating a regular expression that will reliably capture 100% of your personal footnoting style. Neither of these are likely to scale to a document with hundreds of endnotes.
Is there a way to do this that doesn’t involve going through hundreds of endnotes by hand?
(I’m using LO 6.4 for Ubuntu 20.04, and LO 7.1 alpha from git master on Ubuntu 20.04.)