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Re: Problem with footnotes
Posted by: Vonda F. Dihm Date: January 14, 2000 at 11:01:22
In Reply to: Re: Problem with footnotes by Pierce Reid of 11492

Thank you Ruth and Pierce for responding to my plea for help. No Pierce, this is not the same as the Citation problem. The note is definitely a Free Note created from the Source window. No "holes" in my FJ report. I will list below the footnotes that are printed. Hopefully that will make the problem more understandable.

Footnote

3. Herman and Oleta Haddock, comps. Newton County Cemeteries (1992), p. 215 (thereafter cited as Haddock, Newton County Cem)

18. Haddock, Newton Co., Cem. p. 212

19. Ibid p. 21

20 Ibid p. 218

21. Ibid p. 208

22. Family information submitted by Clinton Daniels, Jasper, AR and Ford Carlton, Claremore, OK

23. Ibid

Number 22 is the Free Note and Number 23 should be: Haddock, Newton Co., Cem. p. 212. The footnotes are printing as if number 24 is not even there.

As I was writing this message the solution to the problem came to me. Instead of using the Long, Short and Ibid footnote format I could use the Long and Short one. Still, if the Long, Short and Ibid format can't be used when one has Free Notes, looks like a bug to me.

Vonda Dihm


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