Whether you’re explaining, referencing, or elaborating, footnotes and endnotes are an invaluable design tool. However, as with every little (and big) part of a page layout, someone has to format them—and that can mean a lot of pain, particularly since InDesign’s built-in footnotes feature leaves much to be desired.
In the March 2017 InDesign Magazine article Going deep with footnotes, world-renowned scripting engineer Peter Kahrel shows you what can be achieved—from basic footnotes, endnotes, and margin notes, through to table notes and complex multiple footnote threads—with workarounds and scripts.
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Typefi Senior Solutions Consultant Guy van der Kolk made his InDesign Magazine debut in May with Expanding Your Linguistic Horizons: Multilingual publishing with InDesign.
“Many people start to break a sweat whenever a client or boss asks us to incorporate foreign languages (such as
French, Spanish, or Russian) into our layouts. When we hear this, should we head for the hills, or dive in add some tools to our toolbox, and expand our capabilities?”