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    Changing footnote style (2002 SP 2)

    I'm reformatting the footnote style in a document with over 300 footnotes to agree with standard style practices. It's easy enough to remove the superscript formatting in each note number, but I'd like to find a quick way to put a period after every number. I'd prefer to do this using find/replace rather than usng a macro.
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    Re: Changing footnote style (2002 SP 2)

    <P ID="edit" class=small>(Edited by jscher2000 on 21-Aug-03 22:58. How about a picture showing where I got those codes?)</P>View > Normal
    View > Footnotes Important: Insertion point should be in footnote pane.
    Edit > Replace
    <big> Find What = ^f</big>
    <big> Replace With = ^&.</big>

    That's it!
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    Re: Changing footnote style (2002 SP 2)

    Thanks!

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