How do I raise the bar/line in the footnotes up a bit?

Explorer ,
Jan 13, 2022 Jan 13, 2022

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Good afternoon,
I can't find a function to raise the line slightly above the bottom footnotes. I would be very happy to hear from you (with a skinshot or a link to a video tutorial if possible).

Thank you!

 

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Enthusiast , Jan 13, 2022 Jan 13, 2022

I didn't see if you tried "offset" (at the very bottom of the Footnote Options window) - here I have it set to 24 pt (2p0):

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I may be misunderstanding your question, though.... ?

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Jan 13, 2022 Jan 13, 2022

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Hi -

 

See Type > Document Footnote Options... > Layout

 

at the bottom - "Offset"

 

Good luck!

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Thank you. 

That's not how it works. When you interact with this function, the distance between the footnotes at the bottom changes as well. You can see it in the video.

All I wanted was to raise the line 2-3 millimeters up. 

Is there anything else you can do?

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I didn't see if you tried "offset" (at the very bottom of the Footnote Options window) - here I have it set to 24 pt (2p0):

Screen Shot 2022-01-13 at 7.22.32 PM.png

 

I may be misunderstanding your question, though.... ?

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Thank You, I saw where it was. 

 

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