Footer font is different from document.

  timothywilliam 20:33 14 Oct 04
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I am running Windows XP with Word 2000. I have a document of about 50 pages which contains text, photos and diagrams. In the text, which is Times New Roman 10p font throughout I have quite a lot of Endnotes and Footnotes. The Footnotes I am now putting in are coming up as Comic Sans 10p on every occasion. Comic Sans is not a font I use anywhere in the document. At the moment I am changing the footnote font every time I use it but this is beginning to get to me. Charactar View in the Style Drop- Down doesn’t specify an option to change the font. How can I change the Footnote font to the main document text font of Times New Roman please ?

Thanks

Timothy.

  VoG II 20:42 14 Oct 04

If you change the font to Times New Roman, select the footnote, then select Footnote in the Styles box (the one that displays Normal, Body Text etc.) you should be given the option to change the Footnote style to the one you have created.

NB This is much easier to do than to describe! I hope it makes sense.

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