I want to show footnotes like the below instead of making them superscript:




How should I do that?



The desired footnotes are like this

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    Welcome to TeX.SE... Please provide a MWE for helping you in a better way... – MadyYuvi Jul 24 '19 at 9:54
  • Thank you Azetina for editing my post. I didn't know how to add some LaTex code to my question. – Fatimasa Jul 28 '19 at 11:33

As you are not providing any MWE, I have suggested based on the standard template and the tags are given below:

\let\@textsuperscript\relax    \parindent 1em%
    \hb@xt@1.8em{\hss\@makefnmark.}\ #1}

This is for test\footnote{Footnote 1}.

This is for test\footnote{Footnote 2}.


Please let me know, if this does not meet your requirement...

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  • Thank you. but most of my problem is about using \usepackage{manyfoot} with [para] feature: \usepackage[para]{manyfoot} In paragraph mode, the footnotes can not be shown with this macro code. any other suggestion? – Fatimasa Jul 27 '19 at 16:37
  • How can I make MWE, what is that? Latex code you mean? – Fatimasa Jul 27 '19 at 16:40
  • @Fatimasa an MWE is a Minimal Working Example. It means a small example document that, when it is compiled, shows your error or issue, or provides a starting point for adding a feature that you ask about. The post of MadyYuvi contains such an MWE. You can use his code as a starting point to make your own, for example changing \usepackage{manyfoot} into \usepackage[para]{manyfoot}, removing his \def line and the things below it until \makeatother, and adding things relevant to your issue. Then copy it into your post using the edit button at the bottom of your question. – Marijn Jul 27 '19 at 16:54
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    Thank you very much Marjin. I didn't know how to add this part to my question. I will try. Thanks again. – Fatimasa Jul 28 '19 at 11:31
  • @Fatimasa Sorry, not able to understand your requirement, can you provide a screenshot for your requirement... – MadyYuvi Jul 29 '19 at 5:13

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