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The restrict editing feature does exactly what you want. Make the body of the document an "Exception." Select the entire body of the document (Ctrl+A) . ... Open the Word document that contains the header and the footer that you want to protect from changes. Do not open the header or the footer of the document.
Footnotes are notes placed at the bottom of a page. They cite references or comment on a designated part of the text above it. For example, say you want to add an interesting comment to a sentence you have written, but the comment is not directly related to the argument of your paragraph.
Footnotes can include anything from a citation to parenthetical information, outside sources, copyright permissions, background information, and anything in between, though certain style guides restrict when footnotes can be used.
Footnotes and Endnotes A content footnote is used to provide additional information or reference that simplifies or supplements information in the text. A copyright permission footnote is used to give credit to the source for long quotations, tables or graphs, and other lengthy information within a text.
If you use a 12-point font for your main text, use a 10-point font for your footnotes. The footnote number is placed immediately after the word to which the footnote citation refers. If the footnote citation refers to a paragraph, then place the footnote number immediately after the final punctuation mark.
Both footnotes and endnotes require that a superscript number be placed wherever documentation is necessary. The number should be as near as possible to whatever it refers to, following the punctuation (such as quotation marks, a comma, or a period) that appears at the end of the direct or indirect quotation.
To begin with, click View tab. Then choose Draft view. Next click References tab. And then click Show Notes option in Footnotes group. Now there shall be a note pane at the bottom of the screen whose size you can adjust. Make sure you select All Footnotes.
Click where you want to add a footnote. Click References > Insert Footnote. Word inserts a reference mark in the text and adds the footnote mark at the bottom of the page. Type the footnote text. Tip: To return to your place in your document, double-click the footnote mark.
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Select all footnotes in a document with Ctrl + A You can use the hotkey Ctrl + A to select all footnotes at once in a Word document. Please do as follows. Click to put your cursor at any footnote of your document, press the Alt + A keys simultaneously, then all footnotes in current document are selected immediately.
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