Jumping Between a Mark and Its Related Footnote or Endnote
In a word processing document, you can jump to a note from its mark or to the mark
from a note.
Here are ways to jump between marks and notes:
In the note, double-click the mark to jump to the location in the document where the
In the document body, double-click the mark to jump to its note.
Numbering Footnotes and Endnotes
In a word processing document, you can use one of the predefined autonumbering
styles for the mark that refers to the note. Predefined numbering styles are Arabic
numbers (1, 2, 3), Roman numerals (i, ii, iii), and symbols (*, †, ‡). Numbering can be
continuous through the document or restarted for each document section or page.
For more information, see “Restarting Footnote and Section Endnote Numbering” on
Instead of or in addition to using autonumbering, you can use custom marks, which
you define yourself. See “Defining Marks for Numbering Footnotes and Endnotes” on
page 58 and “Changing Marks for Numbering Footnotes and Endnotes” on page 58
for more information. There’s no autonumbering for custom marks; if you use custom
marks, you need to specify the mark you want to use every time you create a footnote