If you intend to consolidate your endnotes at the end of a manual, you can use an Endnotes proxy. This proxy lets you start the list of endnotes on a new page. See About Footnotes and Inserting Footnotes and Endnotes.
- Add a new topic as you normally would.
- At the top of the topic, enter a title for your endnotes section. If you apply any of the h1 through h6 styles to it, the endnotes title will be displayed in the print TOC (if you create one).
- Select Insert > Proxy > Insert Endnotes Proxy. The Endnotes Proxy dialog opens.
(Optional) From the Stylesheet class for proxy field, you can select a style for the endnotes.
You might create and use style classes if you want to generate multiple endnotes sections with different looks for each output. Otherwise, the endnotes section will use the style settings from the parent MadCap|endnotesProxy style. You can create a style class for this purpose in the Stylesheet Editor. To do this, select the MadCap|endnotesProxy style and in the local toolbar click Add Selector to create a class. The class will then be available from this field.
Note: You can also use the MadCap|endnoteBlock and MadCap|endnotesBlock styles in the Stylesheet Editor.
See Editing Footnotes.
- Click OK. The proxy is added to the topic.
- Click to save your work.