I woudld like to set a footer on my page, in order to make some annotation, like this picture.


I would like to make something like the number 3.

I am using Pages from Mac OS X :)


The feature you are looking for are the footnotes/endnotes

A document can contain footnotes, which appear at the bottom of the page, or endnotes, which appear at the end of the document or a section. You can’t have both footnotes and endnotes in the same document, but you can convert all notes in the document from one type to another.

By default, footnotes and endnotes are numbered continuously throughout the document with Arabic numerals, but you can change this formatting.

You can also restyle the text used within the note. For example, you can italicize or underline a book title within the note.

Use the Footnotes pane of the Format inspector to format footnotes and endnotes.

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Insert a footnote, endnote, or section endnote
The first time you insert a note, it’s a footnote by default. If you want document or section endnotes rather than footnotes, you must first add a footnote and then convert it to an endnote.

  1. Click in the text where you want to insert the symbol for a footnote or endnote.

  2. Click Insert in the toolbar, then choose Footnote.

The symbol is inserted in the text and the insertion point moves to the footnote text field at the bottom of the page.

  1. Enter the footnote text.

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