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I have a Word 2007 document with nine separate chapters each with its own set
of endnotes. I wish to form these chapters into one document with each set of
endnotes at the end but retaining their original numbers; that is similar to
a book. I used to know how to do this but have forgotten how
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Default master document and endnotes

If each chapter is a separate section (and only a single section), you can
tell Word to put the notes at the end of the section rather than at the end
of the book, restarting the numbers in each section. If you want them all
collected at the end of the book, then you just need to restart the
numbering in each section (if you selected "End of document" for each
separate chapter, then you will get the same for the combined file). You can
insert a paragraph at the beginning of the notes for each chapter (press
Enter at the beginning of the first endnote for the chapter) to add a
"Chapter x" title.

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I have a Word 2007 document with nine separate chapters each with its own
set
of endnotes. I wish to form these chapters into one document with each set
of
endnotes at the end but retaining their original numbers; that is similar
to
a book. I used to know how to do this but have forgotten how
--
bobnich


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Default master document and endnotes

If each chapter is a separate section (and only a single section), you can
tell Word to put the notes at the end of the section rather than at the end
of the book, restarting the numbers in each section. If you want them all
collected at the end of the book, then you just need to restart the
numbering in each section (if you selected "End of document" for each
separate chapter, then you will get the same for the combined file). You can
insert a paragraph at the beginning of the notes for each chapter (press
Enter at the beginning of the first endnote for the chapter) to add a
"Chapter x" title.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

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I have a Word 2007 document with nine separate chapters each with its own
set
of endnotes. I wish to form these chapters into one document with each set
of
endnotes at the end but retaining their original numbers; that is similar
to
a book. I used to know how to do this but have forgotten how
--
bobnich


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