[APG Public List] Publisher for Footnotes - tip for Word

J. Amy Newman amynewman at telus.net
Mon Sep 13 22:42:41 MDT 2010


Until you get a different program, try this tip to make placement of images
easier in Word, if you aren't already doing so:

Insert a table to control the layout of images, text and white space, then
use Format/Borders and Shading and select "none" so the table lines do not

J. Amy Newman
info at NRSfind.com

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To answer some questions that I received offlist:

I publish a weekly how-to newsletter, complete with citations and
illustrations. Word serves my purpose for the writing, editing and
proofreading process. There are times where Word just seems to make the
placement and handling of images difficult, or at least more difficult than
it needs to be. I won't give up the citations and illustrations are
extremely helpful. Word sometimes just seems to slow down my final layout
process and sometimes I just don't have time for the delay and frustration.

There are two samples of the typical "output" here:


On Mon, Sep 13, 2010 at 8:25 AM, Michael John Neill
<mjnrootdig at gmail.com>wrote:

> Does anyone have any recommendations and experience with using Publisher
> for footnotes and image placement? I'm needing something a little more
> sophisticated than Word. Thanks.
> Michael
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> Michael John Neill
> Casefile Clues-Genealogy How-Tos
> http://blog.casefileclues.com

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