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You can be inspired by OPmac trick 0051. Here is my clumsy translation of this OPmac trick: Glossary at the end of the document The abbreviations or some else can be occurred in the document and we need to write some explanations of such objects at the end of the document. We write \glos{abbreviation}{explanation}. Nothing occurs in this place of the ...

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endnote from CTAN may give a suitable starting point. Here's a quick example: \input endnote Hello world! This is to have an endnote. \endnote{[1]}{ Endnote text.} \producenotes \bye

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You should remove \raggedright and add \noindent before \makebox. But there's a slicker way, that makes it possible to also have lists in the endnotes (which would behave badly in a \leftskip context). \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{endnotes} \usepackage{etoolbox} %%% ...

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You can use a boolean switch: \newif\ifEndNotes %\EndNotestrue Un-comment out to have the endnotes \makeatletter \ifEndNotes \else \let\endnote\@gobble \let\theendnotes\relax \fi \makeatother Un-comment out the line with \EndNotestrue to show the end notes. A simple modification gives you the desired commands: \newif\ifEndNotes ...

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To change the size of the numbers printed by the vruler package you need to patch the macro \makevruler, so add the following lines to your preamble \usepackage{etoolbox} \patchcmd{\makevruler} {\tiny} {\small} {} {} Change \small to the sizing command you like. Then, to start the numbering from the second page, replace the following code in your MWE ...

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Use the same settings when you call \theendnotes, that is \begin{sloppypar}\theendnotes\end{sloppypar} MWE \documentclass[12pt]{book} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{endnotes} \usepackage[top=2.25cm, left=1.25cm, bottom=2.75cm, right=1.25cm, paperwidth=120mm, paperheight=200mm]{geometry} \usepackage{ragged2e} \usepackage{polyglossia} ...

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Here's a solution to my question. Using the 'endnotes' package, we can define a function % define a new citation function \newcommand{\mycite}[3][]{\let\theendnote\relax\endnotetext{#2": \citet[#1]{#3}}} % arguments: 1: page (optional); 2: sentence fragment; 3: citation Then it can be used as follows within the text: \mycite[p. 32]{he wished to know ...

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