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Do one of the following: To change the formatting of the footnote numbers, select the Footnotes Reference Style. If you want to change the formatting of the footnote text at the bottom of the page, select the Footnote Text Style. Click Modify, and then change the formatting options (font, size, and so on).
You're able to reference the same footnote twice in Microsoft Word by using a cross-reference. However, cross-references have a limitation if you insert another footnote above the original one, the footnote number will update but the cross-reference number will not.
Consecutive Repeat Citations In Chicago footnote referencing, when you cite the same source twice in a row, you can simply repeat the author's surname and give a page number: 1.
Insert your first (primary) footnote as normal. Position the insertion point in the document where you want the secondary reference to the footnote. Choose Insert | Reference | Cross-reference. Using the Reference Type drop-down list, choose Footnote. Select the footnote you want used for this reference. Click Insert.
If you are citing them in-text more than once, and you are referring to the same source each time, then you can simply reuse that same in-text reference with a single entry on your references page at the end. If you are citing the same author, but from different sources, you may have to follow different rules.
When a reference must be repeated, in certain cases the footnote indicator, whether it is a number, a letter or a symbol such as an asterisk, can be repeated in the text without repeating the footnote itself. The use of repeated footnote indicators also applies to explanatory footnotes.
When multiple webpages with the same publication date from one larger website are used, the APA Citation Style uses a lower case a, b, c, d, etc. in the date segment of the citation to distinguish one webpage from another in the References list and in the in-text citation.
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