Spacing Between Footnotes

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If you want to increase the spacing between footnote or endnote texts, you can add a top and bottom border to the corresponding paragraph style.

  1. Click in a footnote or endnote.
  2. Choose View - Styles and Formatting.
  3. Right-click the Paragraph Style that you want to modify, for example, "Footnote", and choose Modify.
  4. Click the Borders tab.
  5. In the Default area, click the Set Top and Bottom Borders Only icon.
  6. In the Line area, click a line in the Style list.
  7. Select "White" in the Color box. If the background of the page is not white, select the color that best matches the background color.
  8. In the Spacing to contents area, clear the Synchronize check box.
  9. Enter a value in the Top and Bottom boxes.
  10. Click OK.

Related Topics

Inserting and Editing Footnotes or Endnotes

Format - Paragraph - Borders