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Re: Footnotes/Endnotes formatting
- Subject: Re: Footnotes/Endnotes formatting
- From: Harry Binswanger hb@xxxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 03 Jan 2008 23:21:29 -0500
Paul's suggestion is similar to mine. Be sure that you initialize things
with the pfunc SP (show page) or it won't work.
Michael Norman wrote:
Meanwhile, you can indeed imbed [embed, Patricia?] a page number in the
footnote string, to wit: «FN1«PN» Tsunoda, «MDIT»Issai Yume Ni
Gozako«MDNM». But the number that prints (when you DF, as I'm going to
do) is the number of the last page (where the notes are dumped), not the
page where the footnote appears in the text. What I need is a routine
that puts the page number (the value of PN for each note, the page on
which that note appears) in the note itself when it prints. If I have to
put those numbers in by hand, whew. I don't think a counter is the
answer, but then....
I'd think that a loop that moved through the document, looking for every
instance of «PN», cutting it, and inserting VA$PG for that location would
do it. I'd do it by first saving va$pg to a macro «sx01,«va$pg»», for
example, and then «pv01» at the cursor, though there may be a simpler way.