Footnote/Endnote

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Inserts a footnote or an endnote in the document. The anchor for the note is inserted at the current cursor position. You can choose between automatic numbering or a custom symbol.

The following applies to both footnotes and endnotes.

Footnotes are inserted at the end of a page, and endnotes are inserted at the end of a document.

Choose Insert - Footnote/Endnote

Open context menu - choose Footnote/Endnote (inserted Footnote/Endnote)

Open Insert toolbar, click

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Insert Footnote Directly

Numbering

Select the type of numbering that you want to use for footnotes and endnotes.

Automatic

Automatically assigns consecutive numbers to the footnotes or endnotes that you insert. To change the settings for automatic numbering, choose Tools - Footnotes/Endnotes.

Character

Choose this option to define a character or symbol for the current footnote. This can be either a letter or number. To assign a special character, click the button at the bottom.

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Inserts a special character as a footnote or endnote anchor.

Type

Select whether to insert a footnote or an endnote. Endnote numbering is separate from the footnote numbering.

Footnote

Inserts a footnote anchor at the current cursor position in the document, and adds a footnote to the bottom of the page.

Endnote

Inserts an endnote anchor at the current cursor position in the document, and adds an endnote at the end of the document.

Related Topics

Tips for working with footnotes.