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How to Use Same Footnote Number At Multiple Locations
In the blockquote below notice that the superscripted numbers for footnotes uses the same footnote number "4" three times. The effect is achieved by giving an anchor name to the footnote, which in this case is the name and anchor tag of <ref name=Groove>. Use the same anchor tag and name, but add a forward slash after the name like this <ref name=Groove/> to use that same footnote elsewhere in the text. For more information see Multiple references that point to the same footnote.
The term is often applied to musical performances that make one want to move or dance. The expression "in the groove" was widely used from around 1936 to 1945. at the height of the swing era, to describe top-notch jazz performances.
- FOOTNOTE: This is the same footnote three times.
How to Establish a NOTES Area
First as editor move to the end of the page. Use ==='''NOTES'''=== to label the NOTES section. The word "NOTES"is always BLACK and in all Bold CAPITAL letters and NOT ending with a colon ":".
Immediately underneath the NOTES heading (==='''NOTES'''===) put the reference tag looking like this: <references/>.
- This reference tag <references/> automatically lists in order all <ref> tagged items underneath it.
- If no reference tag <references/> exists in document, then all footnotes are listed in order at bottom of page.