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MS Word - can I globally change size of footnotes?

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I'm using Old Baskerville. The only problem is the size of the superscript - way too tiny. Is there a way I can keep the OB font (right now it's at a 12) and increase the size of the superscript?
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The superscript has a FONT style. If you change it, then select it, you can update this style using the Styles pane (ALT + CTRL + SHIFT +S to display the styles pane)...
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