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I know I didn't well describe the problem. Just look at the picture followed. I want to ask how to write that paragraph in where the footnotes are but it is not really a footnote because it doesn't point at anything in the body of the text.

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\footnotetext {This is a footnote}

  • Thank you. If you don't mind I want to ask a question related. By this way I get the footnote always under other footnotes which point to the text. What could I do to change the order to get, like in the screenshoot up there, the footnote without number on top of other footnotes with numbers? – jiexiang wen Mar 28 '17 at 3:41
  • The order of footnotes is determined by the order they are entered. – Boris Mar 28 '17 at 3:47

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