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Hi

I'm currently using Microsoft Office 2007, and continue to encounter a
problem with setting the paragraph formatting to a preferred or
default setting (ie, spacing within page ). Note that it only happens
with footnotes - the main text paragraphing remains configured as
desired).

Basically, I also want to automatically set or configure my footnotes
to the desired setting, but I have to manually adjust each footnote
individually. Generally speaking, I leave most askew until I do a
'select all' function and align the mess after the fact, but would
prefer not to have to do this indefinitely.

Any suggestions welcome.

thanks
Michelle
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Have you modified the Footnote Text style?

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Hi

I'm currently using Microsoft Office 2007, and continue to encounter a
problem with setting the paragraph formatting to a preferred or
default setting (ie, spacing within page ). Note that it only happens
with footnotes - the main text paragraphing remains configured as
desired).

Basically, I also want to automatically set or configure my footnotes
to the desired setting, but I have to manually adjust each footnote
individually. Generally speaking, I leave most askew until I do a
'select all' function and align the mess after the fact, but would
prefer not to have to do this indefinitely.

Any suggestions welcome.

thanks
Michelle



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thanks for the quick response Suzanne - how would I do that please?


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Depends what version of Word you have.

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In Word 2007, do the following: Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S to display the Styles
pane. Click the Manage Styles button. On the Edit tab, locate Footnote Text,
select it, and press the Modify button. In the Modify Style dialog box,
specify the desired font settings. Click OK to return to the Manage Styles
dialog. Make sure to select "New documents based on this template," and then
click OK. If/when you are prompted to save the attached template, choose to
do so.

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thanks very much Stefan!
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Stefan you must have a different word 2007 to me (Mine is Home and student
copy). I cannot find a 'manage styles 'button in the pane you describe nor a
'footnote text' button. In my case I want to create a footnote that goes
right over the page and not just half way. I also want arial size 5 in the
footnotes to be actally smaller than the size 10 in the main text whereas it
is larger - both are at 100%. What am I doing wrong Do I have a bug? DB

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

In Word 2007, do the following: Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S to display the Styles
pane. Click the Manage Styles button. On the Edit tab, locate Footnote Text,
select it, and press the Modify button. In the Modify Style dialog box,
specify the desired font settings. Click OK to return to the Manage Styles
dialog. Make sure to select "New documents based on this template," and then
click OK. If/when you are prompted to save the attached template, choose to
do so.

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Microsoft Word MVP


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You probably have the button but don't know it. In the bottom left corner of
the Styles window are three buttons with mysterious icons. Mouse over them,
and you will see that the third from the left is Manage Styles.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

"db" wrote in message
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Stefan you must have a different word 2007 to me (Mine is Home and student
copy). I cannot find a 'manage styles 'button in the pane you describe nor
a
'footnote text' button. In my case I want to create a footnote that goes
right over the page and not just half way. I also want arial size 5 in the
footnotes to be actally smaller than the size 10 in the main text whereas
it
is larger - both are at 100%. What am I doing wrong Do I have a bug? DB

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

In Word 2007, do the following: Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S to display the
Styles
pane. Click the Manage Styles button. On the Edit tab, locate Footnote
Text,
select it, and press the Modify button. In the Modify Style dialog box,
specify the desired font settings. Click OK to return to the Manage
Styles
dialog. Make sure to select "New documents based on this template," and
then
click OK. If/when you are prompted to save the attached template, choose
to
do so.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


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Many thanks. I have exlored this button and seen all the options. The choices
for footnote width do not, on a web page, extend beyond the number 16 on the
ruler. This wastes a great deal of space on a website, and is a different
format to all the work done before, on 2003, which used the full page width
for footnotes, where it was the default. I have selected the 2003 format in
this 2007 suite also but it has not backdated this operation. Will I have to
buy a new 2003, if available, and even if it is will footnotes go fully
across the page? DB

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

You probably have the button but don't know it. In the bottom left corner of
the Styles window are three buttons with mysterious icons. Mouse over them,
and you will see that the third from the left is Manage Styles.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

"db" wrote in message
...

Stefan you must have a different word 2007 to me (Mine is Home and student
copy). I cannot find a 'manage styles 'button in the pane you describe nor
a
'footnote text' button. In my case I want to create a footnote that goes
right over the page and not just half way. I also want arial size 5 in the
footnotes to be actally smaller than the size 10 in the main text whereas
it
is larger - both are at 100%. What am I doing wrong Do I have a bug? DB

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

In Word 2007, do the following: Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S to display the
Styles
pane. Click the Manage Styles button. On the Edit tab, locate Footnote
Text,
select it, and press the Modify button. In the Modify Style dialog box,
specify the desired font settings. Click OK to return to the Manage
Styles
dialog. Make sure to select "New documents based on this template," and
then
click OK. If/when you are prompted to save the attached template, choose
to
do so.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


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Indeed, the screentips are invaluable at times.

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"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message
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You probably have the button but don't know it. In the bottom left corner
of the Styles window are three buttons with mysterious icons. Mouse over
them, and you will see that the third from the left is Manage Styles.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

"db" wrote in message
...

Stefan you must have a different word 2007 to me (Mine is Home and
student
copy). I cannot find a 'manage styles 'button in the pane you describe
nor a
'footnote text' button. In my case I want to create a footnote that goes
right over the page and not just half way. I also want arial size 5 in
the
footnotes to be actally smaller than the size 10 in the main text whereas
it
is larger - both are at 100%. What am I doing wrong Do I have a bug? DB

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

In Word 2007, do the following: Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S to display the
Styles
pane. Click the Manage Styles button. On the Edit tab, locate Footnote
Text,
select it, and press the Modify button. In the Modify Style dialog box,
specify the desired font settings. Click OK to return to the Manage
Styles
dialog. Make sure to select "New documents based on this template," and
then
click OK. If/when you are prompted to save the attached template, choose
to
do so.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


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Assuming that you are looking at the HTML file in Web Layout view, you
shouldn't see any line breaks in the text unless there are manual line
breaks or paragraph marks present. To determine if that is the case, display
nonprinting marks (for example by pressing Ctrl+Shift+8); line breaks are
represented by arrows and paragraph marks by symbols (for more, see
http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/AppErrors/CorruptDoc.htm).

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"db" wrote in message
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Many thanks. I have exlored this button and seen all the options. The
choices
for footnote width do not, on a web page, extend beyond the number 16 on
the
ruler. This wastes a great deal of space on a website, and is a different
format to all the work done before, on 2003, which used the full page
width
for footnotes, where it was the default. I have selected the 2003 format
in
this 2007 suite also but it has not backdated this operation. Will I have
to
buy a new 2003, if available, and even if it is will footnotes go fully
across the page? DB

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

You probably have the button but don't know it. In the bottom left corner
of
the Styles window are three buttons with mysterious icons. Mouse over
them,
and you will see that the third from the left is Manage Styles.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

"db" wrote in message
...

Stefan you must have a different word 2007 to me (Mine is Home and
student
copy). I cannot find a 'manage styles 'button in the pane you describe
nor
a
'footnote text' button. In my case I want to create a footnote that
goes
right over the page and not just half way. I also want arial size 5 in
the
footnotes to be actally smaller than the size 10 in the main text
whereas
it
is larger - both are at 100%. What am I doing wrong Do I have a bug?
DB

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

In Word 2007, do the following: Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S to display the
Styles
pane. Click the Manage Styles button. On the Edit tab, locate Footnote
Text,
select it, and press the Modify button. In the Modify Style dialog
box,
specify the desired font settings. Click OK to return to the Manage
Styles
dialog. Make sure to select "New documents based on this template,"
and
then
click OK. If/when you are prompted to save the attached template,
choose
to
do so.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


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I just realized that my previous reply may have been based on a
misunderstanding of the question. If you are saying that the footnote text
does not wrap to the document window (in the Footnote pane), do the
following: Click the Office button, and then click Word Options. In the
Advanced category, under "Show document content," check the "Show text
wrapped within the document window" option, and click OK.

--
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Microsoft Word MVP



"db" wrote in message
...
Many thanks. I have exlored this button and seen all the options. The
choices
for footnote width do not, on a web page, extend beyond the number 16 on
the
ruler. This wastes a great deal of space on a website, and is a different
format to all the work done before, on 2003, which used the full page
width
for footnotes, where it was the default. I have selected the 2003 format
in
this 2007 suite also but it has not backdated this operation. Will I have
to
buy a new 2003, if available, and even if it is will footnotes go fully
across the page? DB

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

You probably have the button but don't know it. In the bottom left corner
of
the Styles window are three buttons with mysterious icons. Mouse over
them,
and you will see that the third from the left is Manage Styles.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

"db" wrote in message
...

Stefan you must have a different word 2007 to me (Mine is Home and
student
copy). I cannot find a 'manage styles 'button in the pane you describe
nor
a
'footnote text' button. In my case I want to create a footnote that
goes
right over the page and not just half way. I also want arial size 5 in
the
footnotes to be actally smaller than the size 10 in the main text
whereas
it
is larger - both are at 100%. What am I doing wrong Do I have a bug?
DB

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

In Word 2007, do the following: Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S to display the
Styles
pane. Click the Manage Styles button. On the Edit tab, locate Footnote
Text,
select it, and press the Modify button. In the Modify Style dialog
box,
specify the desired font settings. Click OK to return to the Manage
Styles
dialog. Make sure to select "New documents based on this template,"
and
then
click OK. If/when you are prompted to save the attached template,
choose
to
do so.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


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I am most grateful. The footnote now goes across the page. It is useful to
know that the office button conceals all these controls! Does it control
elevating an address on an envelope? My envelopes all lose their postcodes or
worse if they are especially long.

DB

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

I just realized that my previous reply may have been based on a
misunderstanding of the question. If you are saying that the footnote text
does not wrap to the document window (in the Footnote pane), do the
following: Click the Office button, and then click Word Options. In the
Advanced category, under "Show document content," check the "Show text
wrapped within the document window" option, and click OK.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"db" wrote in message
...
Many thanks. I have exlored this button and seen all the options. The
choices
for footnote width do not, on a web page, extend beyond the number 16 on
the
ruler. This wastes a great deal of space on a website, and is a different
format to all the work done before, on 2003, which used the full page
width
for footnotes, where it was the default. I have selected the 2003 format
in
this 2007 suite also but it has not backdated this operation. Will I have
to
buy a new 2003, if available, and even if it is will footnotes go fully
across the page? DB

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

You probably have the button but don't know it. In the bottom left corner
of
the Styles window are three buttons with mysterious icons. Mouse over
them,
and you will see that the third from the left is Manage Styles.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

"db" wrote in message
...

Stefan you must have a different word 2007 to me (Mine is Home and
student
copy). I cannot find a 'manage styles 'button in the pane you describe
nor
a
'footnote text' button. In my case I want to create a footnote that
goes
right over the page and not just half way. I also want arial size 5 in
the
footnotes to be actally smaller than the size 10 in the main text
whereas
it
is larger - both are at 100%. What am I doing wrong Do I have a bug?
DB

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

In Word 2007, do the following: Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S to display the
Styles
pane. Click the Manage Styles button. On the Edit tab, locate Footnote
Text,
select it, and press the Modify button. In the Modify Style dialog
box,
specify the desired font settings. Click OK to return to the Manage
Styles
dialog. Make sure to select "New documents based on this template,"
and
then
click OK. If/when you are prompted to save the attached template,
choose
to
do so.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


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I am most grateful. The footnote now goes across the page.


I'm glad I could help!

It is useful to
know that the office button conceals all these controls! Does it control
elevating an address on an envelope? My envelopes all lose their postcodes
or
worse if they are especially long.


Sorry, I don't know the answer to this one. Unless someone else posts the
answer (within a couple of days), you may want to ask the question in a new
thread.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP






DB

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

I just realized that my previous reply may have been based on a
misunderstanding of the question. If you are saying that the footnote
text
does not wrap to the document window (in the Footnote pane), do the
following: Click the Office button, and then click Word Options. In the
Advanced category, under "Show document content," check the "Show text
wrapped within the document window" option, and click OK.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"db" wrote in message
...
Many thanks. I have exlored this button and seen all the options. The
choices
for footnote width do not, on a web page, extend beyond the number 16
on
the
ruler. This wastes a great deal of space on a website, and is a
different
format to all the work done before, on 2003, which used the full page
width
for footnotes, where it was the default. I have selected the 2003
format
in
this 2007 suite also but it has not backdated this operation. Will I
have
to
buy a new 2003, if available, and even if it is will footnotes go
fully
across the page? DB

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

You probably have the button but don't know it. In the bottom left
corner
of
the Styles window are three buttons with mysterious icons. Mouse over
them,
and you will see that the third from the left is Manage Styles.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

"db" wrote in message
...

Stefan you must have a different word 2007 to me (Mine is Home and
student
copy). I cannot find a 'manage styles 'button in the pane you
describe
nor
a
'footnote text' button. In my case I want to create a footnote that
goes
right over the page and not just half way. I also want arial size 5
in
the
footnotes to be actally smaller than the size 10 in the main text
whereas
it
is larger - both are at 100%. What am I doing wrong Do I have a bug?
DB

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

In Word 2007, do the following: Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S to display
the
Styles
pane. Click the Manage Styles button. On the Edit tab, locate
Footnote
Text,
select it, and press the Modify button. In the Modify Style dialog
box,
specify the desired font settings. Click OK to return to the Manage
Styles
dialog. Make sure to select "New documents based on this template,"
and
then
click OK. If/when you are prompted to save the attached template,
choose
to
do so.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"monkeygland" wrote in message
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thanks for the quick response Suzanne - how would I do that
please?
















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The address on an envelope is inserted in a frame that is part of the
Envelope Address style. You can modify the Envelope Address style to either
reposition the frame or change its size, whichever is necessary to achieve
your purpose.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

"db" wrote in message
...
I am most grateful. The footnote now goes across the page. It is useful to
know that the office button conceals all these controls! Does it control
elevating an address on an envelope? My envelopes all lose their postcodes
or
worse if they are especially long.

DB

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

I just realized that my previous reply may have been based on a
misunderstanding of the question. If you are saying that the footnote
text
does not wrap to the document window (in the Footnote pane), do the
following: Click the Office button, and then click Word Options. In the
Advanced category, under "Show document content," check the "Show text
wrapped within the document window" option, and click OK.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"db" wrote in message
...
Many thanks. I have exlored this button and seen all the options. The
choices
for footnote width do not, on a web page, extend beyond the number 16
on
the
ruler. This wastes a great deal of space on a website, and is a
different
format to all the work done before, on 2003, which used the full page
width
for footnotes, where it was the default. I have selected the 2003
format
in
this 2007 suite also but it has not backdated this operation. Will I
have
to
buy a new 2003, if available, and even if it is will footnotes go
fully
across the page? DB

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

You probably have the button but don't know it. In the bottom left
corner
of
the Styles window are three buttons with mysterious icons. Mouse over
them,
and you will see that the third from the left is Manage Styles.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

"db" wrote in message
...

Stefan you must have a different word 2007 to me (Mine is Home and
student
copy). I cannot find a 'manage styles 'button in the pane you
describe
nor
a
'footnote text' button. In my case I want to create a footnote that
goes
right over the page and not just half way. I also want arial size 5
in
the
footnotes to be actally smaller than the size 10 in the main text
whereas
it
is larger - both are at 100%. What am I doing wrong Do I have a bug?
DB

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

In Word 2007, do the following: Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S to display
the
Styles
pane. Click the Manage Styles button. On the Edit tab, locate
Footnote
Text,
select it, and press the Modify button. In the Modify Style dialog
box,
specify the desired font settings. Click OK to return to the Manage
Styles
dialog. Make sure to select "New documents based on this template,"
and
then
click OK. If/when you are prompted to save the attached template,
choose
to
do so.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


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thanks for the quick response Suzanne - how would I do that
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Many thanks again. Position changed: the new style works.
db

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

The address on an envelope is inserted in a frame that is part of the
Envelope Address style. You can modify the Envelope Address style to either
reposition the frame or change its size, whichever is necessary to achieve
your purpose.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

"db" wrote in message
...
I am most grateful. The footnote now goes across the page. It is useful to
know that the office button conceals all these controls! Does it control
elevating an address on an envelope? My envelopes all lose their postcodes
or
worse if they are especially long.

DB

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

I just realized that my previous reply may have been based on a
misunderstanding of the question. If you are saying that the footnote
text
does not wrap to the document window (in the Footnote pane), do the
following: Click the Office button, and then click Word Options. In the
Advanced category, under "Show document content," check the "Show text
wrapped within the document window" option, and click OK.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"db" wrote in message
...
Many thanks. I have exlored this button and seen all the options. The
choices
for footnote width do not, on a web page, extend beyond the number 16
on
the
ruler. This wastes a great deal of space on a website, and is a
different
format to all the work done before, on 2003, which used the full page
width
for footnotes, where it was the default. I have selected the 2003
format
in
this 2007 suite also but it has not backdated this operation. Will I
have
to
buy a new 2003, if available, and even if it is will footnotes go
fully
across the page? DB

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

You probably have the button but don't know it. In the bottom left
corner
of
the Styles window are three buttons with mysterious icons. Mouse over
them,
and you will see that the third from the left is Manage Styles.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

"db" wrote in message
...

Stefan you must have a different word 2007 to me (Mine is Home and
student
copy). I cannot find a 'manage styles 'button in the pane you
describe
nor
a
'footnote text' button. In my case I want to create a footnote that
goes
right over the page and not just half way. I also want arial size 5
in
the
footnotes to be actally smaller than the size 10 in the main text
whereas
it
is larger - both are at 100%. What am I doing wrong Do I have a bug?
DB

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

In Word 2007, do the following: Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S to display
the
Styles
pane. Click the Manage Styles button. On the Edit tab, locate
Footnote
Text,
select it, and press the Modify button. In the Modify Style dialog
box,
specify the desired font settings. Click OK to return to the Manage
Styles
dialog. Make sure to select "New documents based on this template,"
and
then
click OK. If/when you are prompted to save the attached template,
choose
to
do so.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"monkeygland" wrote in message
...
thanks for the quick response Suzanne - how would I do that
please?
















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