#writeright 16) FrameMaker & Word: Footnotes and Table Footnotes

Wednesday, August 14 2013 @ 2:17 AM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

We continue our “FrameMaker for Word” series of featurette videos with a look at two different ways you can create footnotes in FrameMaker.

FrameMaker for Word: Footnotes and Table Footnotes

Some people have tried regular footnotes in FrameMaker body text, but never noticed that they can also create different looking footnotes in tables! In this very brief video, Product Evangelist, @maxwellhoffmann, shows you just how easy it is to insert, cut and move regular or table footnotes. Watch how they reorder themselves automatically. You will also find out how numeric, alpha or symbol footnote display is determined.

 

 

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