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I had the same issue, but my latex file had some missing references to pictures I didn't wanted in the rtf version. When I removed those it worked perfectly. So I think that the issue it may be related not to the bibliography itself but to way latex or word tackles references.

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Please always include a complete small document not just a fragment. Within a minpage footnotes are for that mini page and come at the bottom of there. That is the only function minipage is serving there. Get rid of \begin{table}[H] and \begin{minipage} and just have the \tabularx then the footnote will work as intended,

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My solution uses the textcase package which modifies \MakeUppercase and provides a \NoCaseChange macro. I then redefine \author to use \MakeUppercase on its argument and \thanks to use \NoCaseChange on its argument. Due to the way the \uppercase macro works, I need to define a helper macro to do the wrapping of \thanks \documentclass{article} ...

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There's some trickery afoot. OK, I'll share the secret. Here is the logic: I save copies of originally defined \author and \thanks. I redefine \author as follows: a) I redefine \thanks to just save a copy of its argument into ThanksText. b) The \setbox0 accomplishes placing the \thanks argument of \author into \ThanksText, without typesetting anything. ...

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The problem is fragility: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{accsupp} \renewcommand{\thefootnote}{% \protect\BeginAccSupp{ActualText={}}\arabic{footnote}\protect\EndAccSupp{}% } \begin{document} This is a test\footnote{This is a footnote} \end{document}

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Footnotes to the title or authors are treated differently than those in the body, because they're usually meant for acknowledgments or data relative to the author. You can redefine \maketitle not to do that and use the standard \footnote mechanism. For the footnote rule to use the whole text width, another command must be redefined. ...

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I don't know why, but in documentclass{book} does it work. \documentclass[a4paper,oneside,12pt]{book} \usepackage[english]{babel} % formatting rules for the English language \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} % proper formatting for accented characters and non-standard characters such as pipelines \usepackage[top=33mm, bottom=38mm, left=26mm, right=20mm]{geometry} % ...

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You have to give a width of \textwidth to the minipage so that it occupies the entire column. Please note that the minipage is inside a column and \columnwidth is \textwidth for that minipage. I have reduced column width slightly (0.47\textwidth) and added a \hfill for clarity. \documentclass{beamer} \begin{document} \begin{frame}[fragile]{Footnotes} ...

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Heiko already provided a solution (use the alphalph package); I'll add a quote from section 1.6. of the footmisc (sic!) documentation which refers to constraints of the package's symbol option. symbol can handle at most 16 footnotes per page, so it is likely that its problematic behaviour also applies to your example using alph (which can handle 26 footnotes ...

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In the first run it is not known, on which pages the footnotes go. Thus it might happen, that a footnote exceeds the 26 letters. You can try package alphalph to allow higher values for the footnote counter: \usepackage{alphalph} \renewcommand{\thefootnoteB}{\emph{\alphalph{\value{footnoteB}}}}

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With the KOMA-Script classes, the definition of \footnoterule includes a stretchable space of 0pt plus 0.05fil. Remove this additional space. \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage[a6paper,margin=1cm,bottom=2cm]{geometry} \raggedbottom \usepackage{etoolbox} \makeatletter \patchcmd{\footnoterule}{\vskip \z@ \@plus .05fil}{}{}{} \makeatother \title{KOMA script ...

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The problem is caused by the French option loaded for the report class or with the package babel. You may switch this behaviour off by adding \frenchbsetup{FrenchFootnotes=false} after the loading of babel. This will result in the more common superscript style. Other style corrections such as hang or flushed marginals can be done by the package footmisc ...

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To assure that the footnote block is placed at the very bottom of the text block, you could add the following instruction to the preamble: \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc} A separate issue is the vertical whitespace between the text block and the page number. Given that you're using the geometry package, simply provide a smaller value for footskip -- the ...

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Here is a (distorted) demonstration of the use of the different vertical parameters. It's \footskip that you have to modify. Adapt it to your needs: \documentclass[a4paper, twoside, 11pt]{book} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{kantlipsum} \pagestyle{plain} \skip\footins 2cm ...

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Set the length \footskip to a suitable value, e.g. \setlength{\footskip}{17pt} MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fancyhdr} \renewcommand{\footrulewidth}{0.4pt} \pagestyle{fancy} \setlength{\footskip}{17pt} \begin{document} AJAX\footnote{Asynchronous JavaScript and XML permet de construire des applications Web et des sites web dynamiques ...

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The following (somewhat complicated approach) seems to cover all cases: \documentclass{article} % packages needed only for the purpose of illustration \usepackage[a6paper,margin=0.5cm,bottom=1.5cm,landscape]{geometry} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage[english]{babel} \usepackage{blindtext} % packages which are actually used for putting the credits box at ...

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The above solutions would give you a footnote marker using the same fontsize of the section title, which might be undesirable. If you want it small: %%PREAMBLE \usepackage[stable]{footmisc} %%BODY \section{Your Title \textsuperscript{\footnotesize{\footnote{Your foonote}}}}

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Do you mean like this? \documentclass{scrreprt} \usepackage{classicthesis} \usepackage{sidenotes} \begin{document} This is a\sidenote{goes to side} side note. Some text and another\sidenotemark\ one which is not here but some where else and its mark is alone here. But here\sidenotetext{go to the side and span more than one line if possible} ...

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Your issue is fully related to this custom class you are using. In the version that I found on the web the \maketitle macro does not execute \let\footnote\thanks as the standard classes do. You could, of course, use the \thanks macro (directly) or add two tiny lines of code to your preamble: \documentclass{acm_proc_article-sp} ...

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The bigfoot documentation is rather short; however, it states in the last-but-one paragraph: [F]or the customization possibilities of bigfoot with regards to multiple footnote blocks and rules between them, refer to manyfoot’s documentation. The manyfoot package includes the \extrafootnoterule macro which controls the rule between different ...

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There must be some sort of bug in bigfoot. If you don't mind to use manyfoot, instead, it works fine: MWE \documentclass[12pt]{book} \usepackage[english]{babel} \usepackage[ruled, para]{manyfoot} \newfootnote[para]{A} \newfootnote[para]{B} \begin{document} This is a text\FootnotetextA{}{First footnote} \FootnotetextA{}{Second footnote} ...

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I think the trick is, first, to use endnotes; second, to redefine \footnote to produce an endnote; and, third, to use a verbose citation style with biblatex rather than printing a separate list of references. For example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{endnotes} \let\footnote\endnote \usepackage[citestyle=verbose,backend=biber]{biblatex} ...

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{} produces no space, it just starts and ends a group (or in other contexts delimits an argument) What you are probably thinking about is that in, say, \LaTeX is the space is ignored as terminating the macro, so never produces a space token (so does not produce space in the output), but in \LaTeX{} is the macro name is terminated by { so the character does ...

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This adds the image as part of the last page foot: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[a6paper,margin=0.5cm,landscape]{geometry} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{blindtext} \pagestyle{empty} \AtEndDocument{\enlargethispage{-2.5cm}\thispagestyle{credits}} \makeatletter \def\ps@credits{% \def\@oddfoot{\hfill ...

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The answers of jon and Robert are both right. There is, anyway, a little difference between them: \setlength{\skip\footinsA}{30pt} will set the space before the footnotes of level A. So if in a specific page you have only a footnote of level B, you won't have the 30 pt space. \prenotesX{30pt} will set the space before all the footnotes. So if in a ...

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Footnotes are part of the text block, so they will remain above the lower margin. The text block will never be higher than \textheight. The space for running text will be decreased as needed to make room for the footnotes. The text block height can be increased or decreased if \enlargethispage is issued in the page, but footnotes will respect the (modified) ...

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You might want to \protect the \footnote command. This one worked for me: \documentclass{llncs} \begin{document} \title{LaTeX Template for Your LNCS Paper} \author{Author 1\protect\footnote{Supervised by Author 9}, Author 2} \institute{Lab, University, Address} \maketitle \begin{abstract} Abstract is here. \end{abstract} ...

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I'd use alphalph for this: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{alphalph} \usepackage{bigfoot} \DeclareNewFootnote[para]{default} % standard, loads of them = \footnote{} \DeclareNewFootnote[para]{D}[alph] \renewcommand*{\thefootnoteD}{% \alphalph{\value{footnoteD}}} \begin{document} Regular footnote.\footnote{Regular} ...

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Let's see some code in the kernel: % latex.ltx, line 6031: \long\def\@footnotetext#1{\insert\footins{% \reset@font\footnotesize \interlinepenalty\interfootnotelinepenalty \splittopskip\footnotesep \splitmaxdepth \dp\strutbox \floatingpenalty \@MM \hsize\columnwidth \@parboxrestore \protected@edef\@currentlabel{% \csname ...

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The \label command always generates a label that will result in the number of the lowest-level numbered environment (or command) that contains it. In your example, this is the document itself, which doesn't have a number---so no number appears when the \ref command is issued. The confusion in the case of the \caption command is that the label there actually ...

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