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Footnotes and endnotes are included in a document to cite a source or to comment or explain something in the text.
If you have trouble distinguishing footnotes from endnotes, remember: Footnotes belong at the bottom, or the "foot" of the page, while endnotes are at the end of a section or document.
Footnotes are usually preferred because your reader can easily access the information about a citation at the bottom of the page. But if your notes are lengthy they can affect your page layout, so endnotes might be the better option.
In a detailed video about creating footnotes and endnotes, Ron recommends using the Word Notes feature to insert your footnotes or endnotes. That way, each note is renumbered automatically when you make changes.
For steps to create and manage footnotes and endnotes, see Insert or create footnotes and endnotes. Ron also has another great video about cusotmizing the notes separator, the line that separates text from notes on a page.
For more tips about using Word and other Office products at school, visit the Office in Education blog.
Good tip and very helpful.