Select a symbol.
Footnotes are used to provide printed annotations or references for a document. TIP Even though you can't use drawing tools, it is possible to place a drawing inside a footnote or an endnote.
Place your cursor where you want the footnote to appear. Using Templates from Microsoft Office Online.
Chapter 22. About Word's Organization Chart Feature. The mouse pointer changes shape to resemble a piece of note paper; then a ScreenTip appears displaying the contents of the note see Figure 22.
Chapter 13. Creating and Using Custom Chart Types. For example, you can't use Word 2003's drawing tools, insert comments, or insert captions.
To do so, just follow these steps: Printing Many Files at the Same Time. You can edit the endnote there, but often you can't see the document text to which it relates. Creating File Attachments.
Figure 22. Any changes you make in the Footnote and Endnote dialog box affect both the notes you will insert and those you've already inserted. Able to add comments everywhere, except in endnotes?
Drag the border up or down to resize the pane. Click Close in the Customize dialog box.
Quick Tour of the 'Cockpit'. Using the New Document Task Pane.
You can insert up to 10 characters in a note reference mark. This means that the location of footnotes can vary, depending on how far down the page your document text extends.
Printing Labels. You can specify the sequence through the N umber Format drop-down box in the Footnote and Endnote dialog box.