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At 10:30 27/01/2016 +0700, Ken Heard wrote:
One setting I could not find was to change the footnote anchor. Is it possible to use a symbol such as an asterisk instead of a number as the anchor?

Yes: select Character (and insert the required character) instead of Automatic in the Insert Footnote/Endnote dialogue.

Finally in Tools -> Footnotes I could not understand the purpose of the character styles for the text and footnote areas.

These set the style of the footnote anchor and the footnote number in the footnote itself.

Since however the defaults for these are "Footnote Anchor" and "Footnote Characters" respectively, perhaps I don't need to.

You can use these styles, or change these styles, or substitute others.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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