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Endnote is italic, how to make endnote number NOT italic

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Jun 11, 2020

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I design books and run into this. When the first letter of an endnote is italic, it makes the number of the endnote also italic. How do I un-italisize the number of the endnote?

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Endnote is italic, how to make endnote number NOT italic

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I design books and run into this. When the first letter of an endnote is italic, it makes the number of the endnote also italic. How do I un-italisize the number of the endnote?

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Jun 11, 2020

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I did not work with endnotes yet, but ran a little test, and it seems to be that easy:

There is an menu-item in the font menu to edit document endnote-options, where you can set a paragraph-style for your endnotes. I guess, if nothing selected, your default paragraph get italic and so is the endnote. Id suggest just to use an own paragraph style for your endnote.

 

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Jun 12, 2020

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When you add, or paste (italic) text to an endnote, the number format does not change.

When you have or select the first letter or word of the endnote text (in italic), neither

When you select the first line or the whole paragraph, it includes the endnote number and any format change works too on the endnote number.

If that's the case you have a edit the Paragraph style applied or create a new one,  and include a nested (character) style, that gets applied to the endnote number only.

Thus you need a character style for those numbers, include that Character style and up to 1  Tab character

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Jun 20, 2020

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Hi there, 

 

I hope your issue has been resolved till now. If not, please let us know so that we can assist you further. 

Else please confirm if any of the suggestions above helped. 

 

Regards,

Sheena

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Jun 22, 2020

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I don't understand this instruction, that is how to do it:

If that's the case you have a edit the Paragraph style applied or create a new one,  and include a nested (character) style, that gets applied to the endnote number only.

Thus you need a character style for those numbers, include that Character style and up to 1  Tab character

 

Can I get some help with this?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 22, 2020

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Please check this picture. Create a character style (I have made one using Bold, instead of regular, and magenta color for contrasting) I also edit the paragraph style applied to the endnotes.

In the tab for Drop Caps and Nested Styles, add the character style that will be applied just to the initial number(s), also use other setting available in their respective drop down menus. Just as easy.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Hi Robbie:

 

Can I get some help with this?

Yes, we can help. Would you mind letting us know if Federico was able to give you what you needed?

 

When I keystroke this, setting the first word to italics does not change the number, so I'm wondering if we can take a look at a page from your file to see if we can figure out what's going on.

 

~Barb

 

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