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Changing Source Data
Posted by: Ken Healy (ID *****9075) Date: September 30, 2003 at 03:48:17
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I have had occasion to modify the data I entered as a source. For example, suppose that I discovered a spelling error in it and I wanted to correct it. After making the correction how do I get all places where the source has been used in a footnote to recognize the revised data. I know that if I go to where it has been used and reset the footnote that will do the trick. But is there any way to avoid this tedious approach which involves searching for the places it has been used, then going to them one at a time to reset the footnote?

Any help appreciated.

Ken Healy


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