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box to have a different heading on the odd- and even-numbered pages For instance, perhaps your page number is on the left for even-numbered pages and on the right for odd-numbered pages Create the header or footer for odd-numbered pages in the Odd Page Header or Odd Page Footer area, and create the header or footer for even-numbered pages in the Even Page Header or Even Page Footer area
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To return to the text where the footnote reference was placed, right-click the footnote and click Go To Footnote or Go To Endnote
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CHANGE FOOTNOTES OR ENDNOTES
If you want to change the numbers or formatting of footnotes or endnotes, or if you want to add a symbol to the reference, use the Footnote And Endnote dialog box
On the References tab, click the Footnote & Endnote Dialog Box Launcher in the Footnotes group The Footnote And Endnote dialog box appears (see Figure 4-11) You have these options:
In the Location box, click the Footnotes or Endnotes option, and click the down
arrow to the right to choose where the footnote or endnote will be placed
Click the Number Format down arrow, and select the type of numbering you want
from the drop-down list
To select a custom mark (a character that uniquely identifies a footnote or endnote),
Figure 4-11: Footnotes and endnotes provide supplemental information to the body of your document Use the dialog box to control location and formatting
click the Symbol button, and select and insert the symbol you want It will be displayed in the Custom Mark text box You can also just type in a character into the text box
Click the Numbering down arrow, and choose how the numbering is to start Click the Apply Changes To down arrow to select the part of the document that will
contain the changes
Sometimes it is easier to see a footnote or endnote than
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Click Insert Word makes the changes as noted Type the note text When finished, return the insertion point to the body of your document, and continue typing
the text to which it refers To quickly find the text in the document that a footnote or endnote refers to, right-click the footnote or endnote, and click Go To Footnote or Go To Endnote The pointer will be positioned at that location in the text
DELETE A FOOTNOTE OR ENDNOTE
In the document, select the number of the note you want to delete, and then press DELETE Word automatically deletes the footnote or endnote and renumbers the notes
CONVERT FOOTNOTES TO ENDNOTES OR ENDNOTES TO FOOTNOTES
NOTE
When deleting an endnote or footnote, make sure to delete the number corresponding to the annotation and not the actual text in the note If you delete the text but not the number, the placeholder for the annotation will remain
Select the reference number or symbol in the body of a document for the footnote or endnote Click the References tab, and click the Footnotes Dialog Box Launcher The Footnote And Endnote dialog box appears Click Convert The Convert Notes dialog box appears
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Select the option you want, and then click OK
Click Close
Create an Index
An index is an alphabetical list of words or phrases in a document and the corresponding page references Indexes created using Word can include main entries and subentries as well as cross-references When creating an index in Word, you first need to tag the index entries and then generate the index
TAG INDEX ENTRIES
In the document in which you want to build an index, select the word or phrase that you want to use as an index entry If you want an index entry to use text that you separately enter instead of using existing text in the document, place the insertion point in the document where you want your new index entry to reference
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Figure 4-12: You need to tag index entries before you can generate an index
Click the References tab, and click Mark Entry in the Index group (you can also press ALT+SHIFT+X) The Mark Index Entry dialog box appears (see Figure 4-12) Type or edit the text in the Main Entry box Customize the entry by creating a subentry or by creating a cross-reference to another entry, if desired
Click the Bold or Italic check box in the Page Number Format area to determine how the page numbers will appear in the index Click Mark To mark all occurrences of this text in the document, click Mark All Repeat steps 3 5 to mark additional index entries on the same page
Click Close to close the dialog box when finished Repeat steps 1 7 for the remaining entries in the document
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