Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Footnotes and Endnotes
Footnotes and
Endnotes
2. Clicktopositionthecursoranywhereintheprologue.ThenselectInsert Page
Number FormatPageNumbers(Alt,N,NU,F).
The Page Number Format dialog box, shown in Figure 6-1, opens.
3. Use the“Number format”drop-down list toselect thenumberingstyleyou
want.(Foraprologue,youmightselect“i,ii,iii”.)Inthe“Pagenumbering”
section,turnonthe“Startat”radiobuttonandselectthenumberyouwant
forthefirstpage;fortheexample,you’dchoosei.ClickOK.
Now the pages in the prologue use Roman numerals for their numbering, while
the page numbers in the next section use the numbering style you chose (such
as 1, 2, 3) when you inserted page numbers into the document. The next step is
to begin Chapter 1 on page 1.
4. PutthecursorinthesectionthatcontainsChapter1andopenthePageFor-
matNumber dialog box again (Insert PageNumber Format
PageNumbersorAlt,N,NU,F).
The Page Number Format dialog box (Figure 6-1) opens, showing the current
formatting selections for this section.
5. Ifyouwant,chooseadifferentnumberformat.Inthe“Pagenumbering”sec-
tion,turnonthe“Startat”radiobuttonandselect1.ClickOK.
Word starts the new section on page 1. The prologue and Chapter 1 now have
separate numbering systems, using different styles and each beginning on page 1.
Figure 6-1:
Use page number formatting options to create different page numbering for
different sections of your document. To select the page number that appears
on the first page of a new section, turn on the “Start at” radio button and tell
Word the page number you want.
Footnotes and Endnotes
Notes let you add commentary and tangential information to the main flow of text—
you can add an explanation, elaborate on a point, or ask your readers to leave a tip
in the PayPal jar. In Word, it doesn’t matter whether you prefer footnotes (which
appear at the bottom of the page) or endnotes (which appear all together at the end
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