In this tutorial, I show you not only how to set footnotes in Adobe InDesign, but also how to change their formatting–such as how to make footnotes continue numbering from page to page.
By default, footnotes will start over with the number 1 on each page of your InDesign layout, but I show you how you can make your footnotes continue numbering from one page to another–all with one easy step!
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