Can't get MS Word 2002 to restart numbered endnotes by section
I have numbered the endnotes in a book manuscript consecutively. Now I want to convert it to start with the number 1 at the beginning of each chapter. But when I use the "Reference" tab in "Insert" and follow the instructions, it fails to do the job.
Re: Can't get MS Word 2002 to restart numbered endnotes...
One way to do this is to go to the end of every chapter and insert a section break, continuous. Then go into your Insert footnote/endnote, click Options and tell it to start renumbering after every section (place your endnotes at the end of each section or at the end of the document, either way works). You will have to confirm this for the first few chapters to make sure it is still doing it, but it should with no problems (I just did it and it was fine.)
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To get a manuscript published by a publisher get yourself a copy of the latest edition of the Writers and Artists Yearbook. It contains lots of tips and the address of all the Agents and Publishers that will see manuscripts. There should be a new one for 2016 in the shops shortly or now!
To do it yourself you need a DTP (Desk Top Publisher) software. This will import your typescript into the software and arrange the pages into book pages. Once you are happy with it you can either take the printed pages (or a disc of them) to a printer who will make the number of copies of books you want, which you then have to sell! Or you can have the DTP software make an e-book and sell it via online sites such as Amazon.
Never try to publish the book yourself and then try to send it to a publisher. They will not touch a self publish work due to "first rights" thing!
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Insert a superscript Arabic number at the end of the sentence which involves the explanatory note. This superscript number should fall just after the final punctuation of the sentence. This number corresponds to the footnote or endnote of your paper.
Create a corresponding explanatory note number following the guidelines for endnotes or footnotes. Endnotes appear at the end of the written work under the heading "Notes". Footnotes fall at the bottom of the page in which the information is utilized.
Write an explanatory note that remains simple and to the point. This note should only be about two sentences long and offer the reader a quick reference for further information. An explanatory note often offers further readings or brings up the arguments of another author. Only discuss information that is absolutely relevant or useful. For example: "Further work has been done on issues of ageism in John Smith's painstaking volumes on the hospice system."
This happens with Word 2008/2011. After EndNote Web plug-in installation, when trying to use the CWYW toolbar in Word, you will see EndNote toolbar instead of EndNote Web toolbar. When you try accessing this toolbar you will be prompted with this error message,
Cannot find a copy of EndNote to launch. Error code is 10814
This can be resolved by switching the tools to EndNote Web. To do this in Word 2008/2011.
1. Open Word.
2. Go to the "Tools" menu, choose "EndNote" and select "Cite While You Write Preferences."
3. Here, go to the "Applications" tab.
4. Select EndNote Web. Enter the Registered username and password for EndNote web.
5. Click OK.
Then restart Word and try using the tools again.
The picture link didn't work for me... and seeing as you asked in August of 2008, I'm certain you don't need this answer, but here you go...
According to the TI-89 Guidebook:
This notation indicates an “arbitrary integer” that represents any integer. When an arbitrary integer occurs multiple times in the same session, each occurrence is numbered consecutively. After it reaches 255, arbitrary integer consecutive numbering restarts at @n0.
This notation indicates an “arbitrary constant” that represents any integer. When an arbitrary constant occurs multiple times in the same session, each occurrence is numbered consecutively. After it reaches 255, arbitrary integer consecutive numbering restarts at @0.
So it's the same concept, just a little different. It all depends if it is shown as @n1 or @1 where 1 can be any integer to 255