Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Creating Footnotes and Endnotes
Chapter 7
Discovering Word Tools
Download button
Tip
You cannot access the Word templates by
pressing Ctrl+N. The Ctrl+N keystroke
shortcut automatically creates a new
document based on the Normal template.
3. Click the template you want and then click
Download. Word then downloads the
template and displays it on your screen. In many
templates, Word places prompt fields in the
areas where you probably want to enter
information.
Figure 7-28
A Conference Agenda template.
Downloaded Templates
Previously Installed Templates
You only have to download a template once.
The next time you want the template, you
see it listed under the Blank and Recent
category or under My Templates.
If you want one of the already installed
templates, choose Installed Templates or My
Templates, click the template you want, and
then click the Create button.
Creating Footnotes and Endnotes
Often reports present material
that requires notes set off from the
regular text—for example, when you credit
material from another source. You can use the
Word Footnote or Endnote feature to add these
explanatory or source notes to your document.
Generating a Footnote or
Endnote
To give credit where credit is due, you can use the
Word Footnote or Endnote feature. Word places
footnotes at the bottom of the page where the
note reference mark appears, and places endnotes
at the end of the document.
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