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Thanks Guys,

I actually did find the answer to the 1st question, how to restart the
numbering, in chapter 3.

However, there is no mention of how to use the same footnote/endnote
number in more than 1 location in the text to refer to a single
footnote. I've had to restore to changing the colour of the consecutive
numbers. i.e. 2 different locations/footnote numbers that both refer to
Leviticus III, 16.

Regardless, thanks very, very much for pointing me to the documentation
WEB site, I had not even thought of it before. I've now added it to my
bookmarks. Thanks again.

On 12-04-16 07:52 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
--- On *Mon, 16/4/12, Jean Weber /<>/* wrote:


    ... I think they are covered
    in Chapter 3. I'm not sure if the info available wil help with item 1
    in the original question, but I'm fairly sure that item 2 is covered.


    On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 20:36, Tom Davies <
    </mc/compose?>> wrote:
    > Hi :)
    > Chapter 12 of the Writers Guide might help
    > Regards from
    > Tom :)


    >  1. I have not found a to restart the number of automatic footnote
    >     numbers. Is there some way to restart the number that I have
    not found?
    >  2. There are also cases there a footnote number in the text
    refers to
    >     the same footnote that a previous footnote number referred
    to. In
    >     the text the same number is use both times. Is there a way
    to create
    >     a footnote number in the test that refers to a previous


Udvarias Ur

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