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In Word 2003, how to reference to the same Footnote/Endnote?
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- Click where you want the reference located.
- On the Insert menu, point to Reference, and then click Cross-reference.
- In the Reference type box, click Footnote or Endnote.
- In the For which box, click the note to which you want to refer.
- In the Insert reference to box, click Footnote number or Endnote number.
- Click Insert, and then click Close.


Hope this helps.
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How come Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V won't work?
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How come Footnote/Endnote reference marks are a field but Cross-Reference is?
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Frankly, I don't know. These questions sound like design issues which MS software engineers might have to answer.

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Pefect
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>But did my proposed solution work for you?
Yes, thanks a lot.
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