On 04/15/2012 05:57 PM, Udvarias Ur wrote:
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 footnote?
If you don't want to use "Ibid." (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ibid.)
1. Insert -> Cross-reference...
2. Choose type as 'Footnotes'
3. In Selection, choose target footnote
4. In 'Insert reference to', choose 'Reference'
This will give a footnote number you are referencing to, thus,
showing same footnote number twice or more.
5. Cross-reference number is not superscripted, so you need to format
it manually or create character style for it.
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