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At 16:44 08/09/2014 +1200, Steve Edmonds wrote:
How do I add a footnote when it doesn't have a reference. I have some footnotes with and some without references (anchors).

I'm not sure a note that doesn't relate to any point in the text makes sense, but ... o At some suitable (random?) place in the text, go to Insert Footnote/Endnote... .
o Select Footnote and Character.
o Click the "..." button.
o Select a suitable font, so that you can find U+200B, the "zero-width space".
o Click OK and OK.
o Enter your footnote text.

You may have to tinker with spacing in the footnote itself. And I don't guarantee what will happen to the automatic numbering of any other footnotes: you may have to resort to manual numbering of those.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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