In the paragraph format, check the Fixed Space checkbox. That turns off the
extra space used by the superscript characters.


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On Tue, Jan 27, 2009 at 12:30 PM, Callie Bertsche <c.bertsche at>wrote:

> Does anyone know of a way to add footnotes in a FM document without
> disrupting the line spacing? Every time I add a footnote, it increases
> the line spacing just for the line that includes the footnote reference
> number. It's driving one of my product owners crazy, so I'm looking for
> a solution. We noticed that in Word 2007, this problem is solved by
> having a little larger default line spacing, into which a footnote ref
> number comfortably fits. I tried increasing the line spacing of the
> paragraph in FM, though, and it hasn't helped. I've also tried adjusting
> the footnote settings in Format > Document > Footnote properties, but
> the only thing I can do there to help is adjust the position to
> Superscript, Baseline, or Subscript, and although Baseline results in no
> line spacing change, the number no longer looks like a footnote.
> I'm grateful for any suggestions! If you reply to me directly I'll
> receive it the fastest, since I have Framers set on Digest mode.
> Thanks!
> Callie Bertsche
> Technical Writer
> Tecplot Inc. | Enjoy the View
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