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Adding Footnotes and Endnotes
Adding Footnotes and Endnotes
Another way to reference sources in your documents is by adding footnotes and endnotes.
In some views, footnotes appear in an area at the bottom of your page, with a separator
line and a note reference mark to identify the note. (See Figure 10-19 for an example.) A
matching note reference mark appears in the text at the place you create the footnote. By
default, the reference marks are numbers, but you can change the referencing style to
letters, symbols, or other characters of your choosing.
Figure 10-19 Footnotes appear at the bottom of the page and include a separator line and a
note reference mark.
Endnotes are similar to footnotes, except they’re placed at the end of a document. Only
one separator line separates the text and the endnotes.
You can enter footnotes of any length, but because the notes are displayed in a small
typeface, and they take up room on the document page, it’s best to use endnotes when
you want to include notes with a lot of commentary.
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