Tue May 13, 2008 3:40 pm Post
Wed May 14, 2008 1:25 am Post
Wed May 14, 2008 1:59 am Post
annachronic wrote:Tried saving as an RTF with footnotes and Scrivener rejected the import altogether -- message received said: "Some files could not be imported because they were of an unsupported file type."
annachronic wrote:Is it the case that if I import as a .doc file, the footnotes will be lumped at the bottom of the document, but when it comes time for exporting they will return to their rightful places? Or is this just a dream? If it's TRUE, then how does one go about editing the footnotes, or is that asking for the moon?
Wed May 14, 2008 10:14 am Post
Thu May 15, 2008 4:30 am Post
I think I might have figured something out with your help -- rather than just putting on an "rtf" extension (which is what I did last time), this time I actually SAVED THE FILE as RTF.... MS Office was a little worried about it, and sent a warning telling me I'd lose stuff, but I reckon this is what Scrivener restores?
annachronic wrote:I also saw how easy it is to write additional footnotes, but if I ADD a new footnote, does Scrivener re-number the footnotes (in some kind of internal way, because they don't seem to be numbered anymore), or does this happen in Word after I've exported the document?
annachronic wrote:Also, is there a way to HIDE the bubbled footnotes so they are not so distracting, or can they be shrunk? I've got a lot of footnotes...and I think that'll be distracting.
annachronic wrote:Also, you were saying something about ENDNOTES...and I'm not sure what you meant, but if I understood correctly: Scrivener cannot tell the difference between a FOOTNOTE and an ENDNOTE? Are there any ways around this, or will this be restored upon export?
annachronic wrote:On Friday I'm going to show a few PhD colleagues of mine your QT video plus show what I've been doing so far. It'll be good if I have a handle on Scrivener, because I think that so far it seems quite useful for the type of work I am doing.
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