Footnotes and endnotes make it easy to give credit to your sources or to add explanatory material.
When you write a document that requires research, giving credit for your sources is easily done by adding a note at the bottom of the page with a footnote or at the end of the document with an endnote.
You can also use footnotes and endnotes to enter additional explanatory material or even just an aside comment that wouldn't fit with the main flow of text in the body of the document.
In this lesson you'll see how to add and delete footnotes and endnotes. To continue reading on your own, click Next.