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steveedmonds wrote
How do I add a footnote when it doesn't have a reference.
I have some footnotes with and some without references (anchors).

Please clarify, with an example, exactly what is meant by "doesn't have a
reference" and "without references (anchors)" as this is not clear.
Footnotes consist of:

- Anchor (identifier in-line in the text, styled by the Footnote Anchor
character style).
- Identifier (in the footnote area, styled by the Foonote Characters
character style).
- Text (in the footnote area, styled by the Footnote paragraph style).

By way of example, do you mean you have a situation (e.g., natural sciences
referencing) where anchors can be specified as "2-4" in the text (i.e., some
anchors need to be hidden) but all three footnotes (identifier and text) are
shown in the footnote area? If so, this is reported as:

Best wishes, Owen.

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