How to make a footnote in Word?
Footnotes are small notes to the text or quotations, which, as a rule, are placed at the bottom of the page and separated from the main text by a line. The font of the footnote is usually made smaller than the font size of the text itself. How to make a footnote in Word? Let's consider the options for entering links depending on the installed Microsoft Office package.
How to make a footnote in Microsoft Office Word 2003?
In the place of the document where we want to insert a footnote, put the cursor and left-click on the "Insert" menu, select the "Link" item, and then the "Footnote" sub-item. In the window that appears, select the format of footnotes we need. Here you can insert endnotes, i.e. footnotes, which will be located at the end of the text; customize footnote numbering format. After that click "Insert", - the cursor will move to the column of the footnote, where you need to enter the text of the footnote.
How to make a footnote in Microsoft Office Word 2007/2010?
Even if you have installed Microsoft Office Word 2007, how to make a footnote, you shouldn’t be afraid much. As in the previous time, in the place of the document where we want to insert a footnote, put the cursor.We click with the left mouse button on the “Links” menu and in the “Footnotes” toolbar, click the “Insert Footnote” button. After that, the cursor will move to the bottom of the document, where the number of the footnote below the horizontal line will be visible. To add an endnote, left-click on the "References" menu, and then click "Add Endnote". The same rule applies to Microsoft Office Word 2010 - how to make a footnote here, you can already understand, based on the above material.