For many people the difficulty in the transition from using Word or Pages to Google Docs lies in just knowing where little formatting features are found. One example of that is in adding footnotes to documents. In Word you find the option to add footnotes in the References menu. In Google Docs you will find the option to add footnotes in the Insert menu. Watch the following short video to see how to insert footnotes into Google Docs.
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