I hope this is the appropriate forum (and tags).
I have a book written in MS Word (2007) ... with probably 250 endnotes. Every time I create an endnote, MS Word:
- automatically uses the internal "End Note Reference" style ...
- which first inserts a superscript number at the citation point in the text,
- then zips me down to the endnotes area where it inserts the same superscript end note number, and then allows me to enter in the citation text in whatever style I want (I use "footnote base")
Here's my problem: The end note numbers don't quite format the way I want (in the end notes section). I want the numbers to be normal-case (not superscript) and have and then indent before the citation text.
But MS Word makes the end note number the same style (ie... if I change the style to a non-superscript, then inside the text of the book, the end note numbers won't be "super" to the text.
I wish I could describe this better.