Adding an Endnote at the End of a Document
In a word processing document, you can add special marks in a document that link to
notes at the end of the document. These notes are called document endnotes.
To add a document endnote:
Click Inspector in the toolbar, click the Document button, and then click Document.
Choose Use Document Endnotes from the Footnotes & Endnotes pop-up menu.
Choose a numbering format from the Format pop-up menu.
Choose whether endnotes are continuous or restart on each page or section from the
Numbering pop-up menu.
Place the insertion point in the main text flow (not in a text box, table, or other object)
where you want the endnote mark to appear.
Choose Insert > Endnote.
An endnote mark appears, and the insertion point moves to the corresponding
endnote field at the end of the document following a section break. If you don’t want
the endnotes on a new page, delete the section break.
Type the endnote information.
In addition to text, you can use inline shapes, graphics, and other objects; see “What
Are Floating and Inline Objects?” on page 137 for instructions.