Best practice for having multiple footnotes which are alike and share the same number on a page?

Enthusiast ,
May 04, 2022 May 04, 2022

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I have a page with a number drawings etc. There is a footnote inserted in multiple places, but it refers to the same text. So I want to have multiple instances of (1 referring to the same footnote text.

FrameMakers footnote tool will generate a new number and a new footnext text each time it is used. What options do I have?

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May 04, 2022 May 04, 2022

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Cross-reference to the footnote paragraph tag, formatted with a character tag that makes the number look the same as the regular footnote.

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Thank you @Lin Sims  

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This is basically how EndNotes are faked (where the reader expects to have to seek the References section to find the cite detail).

For multiple leverage of the same in-body footnote, in page-oriented presentations, any refs not on the same page probably need to sport a "…on page#" in the superscript.

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