You might try creating a character style for italics and replacing the italic attribute in the endnotes with the character style. I'm afraid, however, that I don't understand "My endnotes style is a bulleted style, so that I can have the endnote numbers consistent." Bullets? Numbers? Which is it?
Thanks. I don't know quite what you mean. Btw, it's a numbered list sort of style, so the note numbers are consistent.
Funny, Heres something:
When I import the file the notes are numbered with different text the the body of the note. When I apply the endnote format, it then, of course, has two note num
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So message may seem terse and tone may be misconstrued.
The reason you are getting two numbers is that word has already assigned the number based on the note insertion marker, and now you are also making it a numbered list. You don't need to do that.
If you show import options when placing the file you will see all sorts of options for preserving or discarding Word formatting, too.
Sorry, that last message wasn't supposed to send (if that's not obvious!). I was writing it and got interrupted. Damn iphone.
I know why there are two numbers. This is not an issue. What I didn't finish writing was that, the note number before i bullet it is a different font/ format. Again, not a problem. Here is something interesting, though. If I delete that original number by placing the cursor in the middle of it (say a between the 4 and 2 of 42) then delete everything by Shift+arrow forward, press delete then delete the rest of the unnecessary characters, THEN apply the style formatting, it works just fine. Is it something to do with the character codes of those original note numbers?
Word drops in so many hidden codes that it screws everything up!