✓How to do a manuscript with shoulder headings ,paragraph headings and foot notes

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✓How to do a manuscript with shoulder headings ,paragraph headings and foot notes

 

How to do a manuscript with shoulder headings

Put your cursor in the paragraph. Select the normal paragraph style. This
will format the whole paragraph as normal style. Select just the part you
want as a heading and select the Heading style. Only that part of the
paragraph will be formatted as Heading and only that part of the paragraph
will appear in your TOC

 

How to do a manuscript with paragraph headings Video

Insert a footnote or an endnote

  1. In print layout view, click where you want to insert the note reference mark.
  2. On the Insert menu, point to Reference, and then click Footnote.
  3. Click Footnotes or Endnotes.

By default, Word places footnotes at the end of each page and endnotes at the end of the document. You can change the placement of footnotes and endnotes by making a selection in the Footnotes or Endnotes box.

  1. In the Number format box, click the format you want.
  2. Click Insert.

Word inserts the note number and places the insertion point next to the note number.

  1. Type the note text.
  2. Scroll to your place in the document and continue typing.

As you insert additional footnotes or endnotes in the document, Word automatically applies the correct number format.

When you add, delete, or move notes that are automatically numbered, Word renumbers the footnote and endnote reference marks.

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