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Insert Footnotes and Endnotes
Insert Footnotes and Endnotes
You can include footnotes or endnotes in your document to identify sources or references to
other materials or to add explanatory information. When you add a footnote or endnote, a
small numeral or other character appears alongside the associated text, with the actual footnote or
endnote appearing at the bottom of a page or the end of the document, respectively.
When you insert footnotes or endnotes in a document, Word automatically numbers them for you. As
you add, delete, and move text in your document, any associated footnotes or endnotes are likewise
added, deleted, or moved, as well as renumbered.
Insert Footnotes and Endnotes
Insert a Footnote
1 Click where you want to
insert the footnote reference.
2 Click the References tab.
3 Click Insert Footnote .
A Word displays the footnote
number in the body of the
document and in the note at
the bottom of the current page.
4 Type the footnote text.
You can double-click the
footnote number or press
+ to return the
insertion point to the place
in your document where you
inserted the footnote.
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