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Subscript footnote number and Bookends scan 
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Hi
I am writing in Scrivener and then formatting in NWP and use Bookends for my footnotes. I have a document which has over 850 footnotes and when I scan the document using bookends the footnote numbers become themselves "note reference in note" style, i.e., they cease to be subscript. Ideas?
John


2014-07-25 13:13:40
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How about just changing the definition of the "Note Reference in Note" style to whatever you like? Or am I misunderstanding your problem?

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2014-07-25 16:51:10
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I have found a part solution. For some reason upon formatting with Bookends the style receives a "no subscript" tag. Delete this and it reverts to type. But as a secondary problem, it automatically sets in a 1in tab which a change in style does not account for because upon formatting with Bookends it seems to have no style, i.e., I would have to highlight each footnote paragraph and apply a style. I will try and set up styles within Scrivener and see if these are imported into NWP.


2014-07-26 00:44:50
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Just a note to say that I am still having problems with this. Nothing that I seem to do performs a universal change on the "note reference in note." All of the footnote numbers remain cambria font even though the style says Times New Roman.


2014-08-04 09:33:03
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Hello John,

I am posting a macro that should remove any formatting from the markers. Try and see if it works for you.
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Fix Footnote markers.nwm [16.83 KiB]
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