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    footnote numbers (2002 (10.2623.2625))

    Does anyone know how to type in footnote numbers slightly raised above normal text font, when in FP? I have used the Symbols insert to put in footnote numbers 1, 2 and 3, but this is where they end in my list of Symbols. I need to have about 11 or 12.

    Any assistance appreciated.

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    Re: footnote numbers (2002 (10.2623.2625))

    If you go to Format, Font and find Superscript that will format any number as you desire.
    If you are coding in HTML the Supescript code is <font color=blue><sup>your text here</sup></font color=blue>
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    Re: footnote numbers (2002 (10.2623.2625))

    As an alternative to <sup> you also could define your own style class for footnotes. Then you would mark the numbers with this:

    <span class="fn">3</span>

    It's more verbose, but it gives you the ability to use a full range of different formatting options, should you wish to... an example is attached (the border shows the extra line spacing caused by the footnote number).

    Added: I edited the font-family by hand; spaces are not allowed within font names (hence "Bookman Old Style") and it is a good idea to add ,serif or ,sans-serif for users who might not have the specified font.
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    Re: footnote numbers (2002 (10.2623.2625))

    Thanks, Catherine and jscher2000 - as always, your responses are much appreciated.

    Cheers

    Ross

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