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public:nnels:etext:notes [2020/07/23 13:35]
farrah.little [Q&A Archive]
public:nnels:etext:notes [2021/09/14 10:23]
rachel.osolen
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 If we insert notes correctly in Word, they will be converted nicely to ebook format. Accessible reading systems will be able to identify them as notes and readers can choose to ignore or skip over the notes, if they choose, so that the narrative flow is not interrupted. If we insert notes correctly in Word, they will be converted nicely to ebook format. Accessible reading systems will be able to identify them as notes and readers can choose to ignore or skip over the notes, if they choose, so that the narrative flow is not interrupted.
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-<​note>​We replace all notes (footnote, endnotes at the end of chapters, etc.) to endnotes at the end of the document.</​note>​ 
  
 As you go through your text, you will need to insert the space for endnotes, and once you have prepared the space, you will need to copy and paste the book's endnotes into it.  As you go through your text, you will need to insert the space for endnotes, and once you have prepared the space, you will need to copy and paste the book's endnotes into it. 
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 =====Step 1: Inserting Endnote References===== =====Step 1: Inserting Endnote References=====
  
-If your book has notes, insert them as follows ​**regardless of how they appear in the original source**. [[https://​screencast-o-matic.com/​watch/​cFibrMFCR0|Click here for a video tutorial!]]+If your book has notes, insert them as follows ​
  
   * Go to ''​Insert''​ in the menu bar (MS Office 2010 Word: Under the ''​References''​ tab, click the button for the pop-out menu in the ''​Footnotes''​ area. This will open the dialog window shown below.) ​   * Go to ''​Insert''​ in the menu bar (MS Office 2010 Word: Under the ''​References''​ tab, click the button for the pop-out menu in the ''​Footnotes''​ area. This will open the dialog window shown below.) ​
-  * Select ''​Footnotes''​ and apply the following settings:+  * Select ''​footnotes''​ and apply the following settings:
   * Ensure your settings as follows:   * Ensure your settings as follows:
-     ​* ​All notes must be ''​endnotes''​ +     ​* ​Notes must match original (footnotes or endnotes as applicable) 
-     ​* ​placed at ''​end of document''​+     * If footnote select ​''​Bottom of Page''​ 
 +     ​* ​If endnote select ​''​end of document''​
      * in Arabic numerals (1,2,3...)      * in Arabic numerals (1,2,3...)
      * and be ''​continuous''​      * and be ''​continuous''​
      * {{:​public:​nnels:​footnotes_mac.png?​direct&​200|}}      * {{:​public:​nnels:​footnotes_mac.png?​direct&​200|}}
   * As you come across notes in your document:   * As you come across notes in your document:
-     * delete the number in the text and insert ​an endnote reference+     * delete the number in the text and insert ​a footnote or endnote reference ​as required
  
 <note tip>​Sometimes,​ you may miss numbers in the text - one tip to catching them is to go back to where you last inserted a note, then ''​[[public:​nnels:​etext:​find-and-replace|Find]]''​ either the next number, or ''​^#''​ (which searches for any digit). <note tip>​Sometimes,​ you may miss numbers in the text - one tip to catching them is to go back to where you last inserted a note, then ''​[[public:​nnels:​etext:​find-and-replace|Find]]''​ either the next number, or ''​^#''​ (which searches for any digit).
 </​note>​ </​note>​
  
-<​note>​Do not create a new heading for the notes section. A heading before the section break will not be associated with the content after the section break. A heading 1 section called Notes will be created directly in the XML.</​note>​+<​note>​Do not create a new heading for the endnotes ​section.</​note>​
  
-<​note>​After ensuring that your endnote ​settings are correct, be sure to save your time by using the keyboard shortcut for inserting ​Endnotes! Word for Mac uses ''​COMMAND + Option + E'',​ and MS Office Word 2010 uses ''​ALT + CTRL + D''​. For more information about using and customizing keyboard shortcuts, [[public:​nnels:​etext:​keyboard-shortcuts|click here]]. </​note>​+<​note>​After ensuring that your note settings are correct, be sure to save your time by using the keyboard shortcut for inserting ​notes! Word for Mac uses ''​COMMAND + Option + E''​ for endnotes or ''​COMMAND + Option + F'',​ and MS Office Word 2010 uses ''​ALT + CTRL + D'' ​for endnotes or ''​Alt+Ctrl+F''​ for footnotes. For more information about using and customizing keyboard shortcuts, [[public:​nnels:​etext:​keyboard-shortcuts|click here]]. </​note>​
  
 <note tip>​Sometimes,​ you will get a book that uses both numbered footnotes or endnotes as well as some marked by symbols such as an asterisk, a dagger (†), double dagger (‡), or something else. These should just be treated the same as any other endnotes.</​note>​ <note tip>​Sometimes,​ you will get a book that uses both numbered footnotes or endnotes as well as some marked by symbols such as an asterisk, a dagger (†), double dagger (‡), or something else. These should just be treated the same as any other endnotes.</​note>​
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