Oct 08 2021 10:20 AM
Oct 08 2021 11:39 AM
Yes, you can add some Spacing Before (or Spacing After) to the Footnote Text style.
If you are running Word for Windows, you can make use of the Apply Styles pane. Display the pane by pressing Ctrl+Shift+S, type in Footnote Text and click Modify. To access paragraph settings, click Format and then click Paragraph.
Oct 08 2021 02:31 PMSolution
Oct 14 2021 12:47 PM
You can reformat the Endnote Text style, if you wish.
Note that if you are indeed trying to create a hanging indent, some manual "intervention" will be required, unfortunately. Word does not add the tab character following the endnote number automatically. Instead, the program adds a space character (as it does for footnotes).
Oct 14 2021 05:09 PM
Oct 17 2021 04:38 PM - edited Oct 17 2021 04:40 PM
How are you adding your endnotes?
Typically, Word will add a space character following the number, in the endnote area, as you insert your endnote.
For example, if you press Ctrl+Alt+D to insert your endnote, the insertion point moves to the endnote area and a number and a space is added. You can then type your text. See screen shot below.
Oct 19 2021 10:10 AM