Using footnotes allows you to reference additional information outside of your main document text by adding reference information at the bottom of the page. Footnotes are numbered sequentially, and any time you add or remove a footnote, these numbers update automatically.
You can add footnotes to body text or individual cells in embedded tables.
Add Footnotes to Text
To add footnotes in text, right-click in your document and select Insert Footnote from the menu. You can also click Insert from the Edit toolbar and select Footnote .
A superscript automatically appears with a corresponding annotation under a horizontal line at the bottom of your page. Type your information next to the number to finalize your footnote.
You can add any text formatting to your annotation including changing the font, color, or weight.
Add Footnotes in Tables
You can also add footnotes to individual cells. To add a footnote to a cell, right-click the cell and select Insert Footnote from the menu.
Additionally, you can add a footnote from the Edit toolbar by selecting Modify , Insert and clicking Footnote at the bottom of the menu.