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At 09:26 22/12/2012 -0600, Anne Noname wrote:
yes, footnotes become jumbled [if you use Paste Special... to paste unformatted text]; but the fact these are numbered makes them 'find'able ;-)

I think you are making this up! If you copy the footnote text and paste it (even if you don't use Paste Special...), you get just the text of the footnotes: there are no numbers. And strictly, the text of the different footnotes is concatenated, not jumbled, of course. But perhaps you mean the footnote markers in the body text; they are indeed preserved (though no longer connected to anything).

Brian Barker

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