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Sometimes my footnotes are long enough to start on one page and finish on
the next.

Once when messing around with formatting, all of a sudden all the text from
about three footnotes all got on one page, taking enough space from the
bottom to show all the text in the footnotes. I don't know how this
happened, but that's what I want it to do consistently.

Part of the longer footnotes go to the next page and I'd like to keep them
together even if it means moving parts of the text from the body to the next
page to make room. I might even consider reducing font size from 10 to 9 in
the footnote style.


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See http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/Formatting...OnDiffPage.htm

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Sometimes my footnotes are long enough to start on one page and finish on
the next.

Once when messing around with formatting, all of a sudden all the text
from about three footnotes all got on one page, taking enough space from
the bottom to show all the text in the footnotes. I don't know how this
happened, but that's what I want it to do consistently.

Part of the longer footnotes go to the next page and I'd like to keep them
together even if it means moving parts of the text from the body to the
next page to make room. I might even consider reducing font size from 10
to 9 in the footnote style.




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Thank you. Because of your work, and the other MVP's here, you make the
crooked path straight and the learning curve the shortest distance between
two points..

Phil

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See http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/Formatting...OnDiffPage.htm

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Microsoft MVP (Word)
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Fairhope, Alabama USA

"Phil Ardussi" wrote in message
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Sometimes my footnotes are long enough to start on one page and finish on
the next.

Once when messing around with formatting, all of a sudden all the text
from about three footnotes all got on one page, taking enough space from
the bottom to show all the text in the footnotes. I don't know how this
happened, but that's what I want it to do consistently.

Part of the longer footnotes go to the next page and I'd like to keep
them together even if it means moving parts of the text from the body to
the next page to make room. I might even consider reducing font size from
10 to 9 in the footnote style.






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Thanks! What a nice way to put it!

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Thank you. Because of your work, and the other MVP's here, you make the
crooked path straight and the learning curve the shortest distance between
two points..

Phil

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message
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See http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/Formatting...OnDiffPage.htm

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

"Phil Ardussi" wrote in message
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Sometimes my footnotes are long enough to start on one page and finish
on the next.

Once when messing around with formatting, all of a sudden all the text
from about three footnotes all got on one page, taking enough space from
the bottom to show all the text in the footnotes. I don't know how this
happened, but that's what I want it to do consistently.

Part of the longer footnotes go to the next page and I'd like to keep
them together even if it means moving parts of the text from the body to
the next page to make room. I might even consider reducing font size
from 10 to 9 in the footnote style.








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