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AmberV wrote: But either way, Scrivener isn't about showing you what a footnote looks like on a piece of paper, it's more about making footnotes easy and accessible to use as an author.
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AmberV wrote:Then you would need to use a publishing program or hybrid (like Word) to finish off the book and make sure everything looks right. This program is more about getting the content put together as well as making sure research material stays handy and connected with the text. For page layout and design matters, there are other programs that work much better.
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