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I have a problem with footnotes: I can pace a document (from Word), and all footnotes are there, in the right place. When I format the footnotes (different font, spacing, tabs, etc.), sometimes, the last footnote of a page is showing on the next page (see screenshot). I have tried many things to bring things back the way they should (removed formatting, adding column break, moving things around, etc...) to no avail. There no pattern either: it is sometimes on the very last line (like in the screenshot), but sometimes much higher in the text. Sometimes when I have many footnotes, sometimes when I only have a few. It is difficult to reproduce, but when importing the same article and reformating things - I always end up with the same errors - typcially 3 or 4 for a 25-page article. To be clear - no information is lost, the footnote is simply on the next page. It is important for me, as it makes the publication non-compliant with a number of academic rules. Many thanks in advance for any idea on how to solve this - and congratulations for an otherwise very good software and vibrant community :)
Hello, I'm writing on the forum in order to get more information about footnotes. I'm currently having problems with the formatting of the footnotes. As you can see on the pictures, my footnotes are not link to there references anymore. The second footnote should stay underneath the same page as his reference. Unfortunately there is not enough space for it. Is there a way (like it does automatically in microsoft word) to prioritize the footnote instead of the text. I want the footnote to extend upward and to push the text (if necessary) on the next page in order to show my full footnotes I hope my explanation are understandable (English isn't my mother tongue) and I thank you for your help.
Hi there to you all, I've been busy with importing my older projects I did for clients using Adobe InDesign CS6, but importing the MS Word files because they contain hundreds of footnotes per project. I've managed to format the footnotes to my liking but there is still a problem. Even after unchecking the box next to "Allow Split Notes", I have a footnote reference number in the main text on a left page, but it's corresponding note is on the next page. Is this right? Maybe I have misunderstood the purpose of this setting, "Allow Split Notes." Does this mean that the footnote at the bottom of the text underneath the line must not be split up to another page? Or is there another meaning to this? Any help or suggestions will be most appreciated. Many thanks....