Footnotes and Endnotes

Both of these features insert a reference into the text flow (usually a number) and create a note either at the bottom of the page on which the reference occurs (a footnote) or later in the document (endnote). Both have a number of options that require more time and decision-making than deep insight. Nonetheless, there are a few important things to note (pardon the pun).

It’s useful to create a paragraph style for the kind of note you’ll be using. It certainly doesn’t have to be perfect because, like all paragraph styles, it can be edited later. But when you adjust the Footnote or Endnote Options, you’ll be asked to choose a style for the note. You can also choose a character style for the reference, though this is slightly ...

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