One answer is to not use the Table Footnote feature per se. Instead, create a footer row (with spanned cells) and put autonumbered notes inside it. Then in your table cells, insert cross-references to the numbers of the notes. This approach allows you to reference the same note from multiple cells, and all notes will appear on each page if the table breaks across pages.
-Fred Ridder > Subject: Table Footnotes > Date: Wed, 6 May 2009 13:17:48 -0500 > From: CMartinek at zebra.com > To: framers at lists.frameusers.com > > I haven't used table footnotes in ages, but I have a need for them in a > current document. > > Am I losing my mind, or have they always appeared only at the *end* of > the table, even when it spans pages? Pretty darn inconvenient if you've > got a footnote on the first page of the table and have to go 2 pages > later to find out what it means... > > I can't seem to find a setting to change this. > > -Carla