I'm not sure I fully understand the problem. I presume the Para f:* footnote
ref" isn't what I would call a tag, but a style?

This may be worth a try:

Select all of one of the errant paragraphs.
Open the character designer dialog (Format/Characters/Designer)
Change Character Tag to Default Paragraph Font (or whatever is appropriate
for your paragraph).
De-select the superscript check-box and click Apply.

(I applied a footnote character format to a whole paragraph of text in one
of my documents, and when I tried to change it back to normal paragraph text
it retained the footnote formatting until I did the above. It needed to be
manually told that it shouldn't be a superscript any more.)

Alternatively, the easiest solution may be to copy the text to a text
editor, delete the text from your document, and paste it back in from the
text editor.

On Thu, Mar 12, 2009 at 6:26 AM, <cseal at sympatico.ca> wrote:

> FM7.2
> Some paragraphs in a document I inherited have 'Para f:*footnote ref' as a
> paragraph tag. I have been unable to remove the reference to 'f:*footnote
> ref.' I've tried retagging with the correct tag, selecting the text and
> applying Default Font - I've found nothing that works. What else should I
> try?
> Chris
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