QuarkXPress 2015 New Feature: Footnotes and Endnotes

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QuarkXPress 2015 New Feature: Footnotes and Endnotes

Feature Description: 

QuarkXPress 2015 introduces support for Footnotes and Endnotes, with option to import the same from Microsoft Word documents (docx format). 

Footnote – a “footnote” consists of a superscripted number or character in the body of text that has a corresponding comment elsewhere on the page (usually at the bottom). Usually the footnotes for  a page are in smaller text than the  body text of the page, and generally they are separated from the text by space and/or a line.

QuarkXPress 2015 offers:

• The default Footnotes and Endnotes styles that you can insert from content menu options. 

• A page level Footnotes can be inserted where content is placed with automatic text box.

• You can edit default Footnote and Endnote styles or create custom Footnote styles like any other styles in  QuarkXPress.

• QuarkXPress 2015 introduces Footnote Styles palette to manage the new styles. You can also edit Footnote styles  from Edit menu. 

• You can use bullets and numbering styles to define Footnote marker style and numbering footnote text.

• Supports for restarting Footnotes numbering at page level and allow manual override of numbering similar to  numbered list supported in QuarkXPress 

• For Footnote text you can apply any Paragraph style sheets you want. It can be treated as any other text for text  styling. 

• Supports Footnotes in multi-column text flow allowing Footnotes to appear at bottom of each column.

• Supports Footnotes text overflow to next column or to next page if it does not fit on the same page.

• Supports ability to append Footnotes Styles between projects 

• Footnotes can be applied to individual text boxes too (not auto text box) so that they appear at bottom of the text box. 

Endnote – an “endnote” is similar to a footnote, except the text of the endnote occurs at the end of the section or the document, either on the same page as the last page of text or on a different page (or series of pages) devoted  exclusively to endnotes. 

• Endnotes can be inserted and applied using styles similar to Footnotes but they appear at the end of the linked  text box chain. 

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  • Topic #: 30026-3662
  • Date Created: 02/09/2015
  • Last Modified Since: 04/28/2015
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