You really have to give a lot more information on your workflow. How you produced endnotes, and anything else that can help us help you.
Screenshots work a treat too.
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Unfortunately, "should" is in the eye of the beholder when it comes to ID and notes: ID simply doesn't do endnotes like a word-processor. The most useful information about various notes, and scripts for working around ID's limitations, are available via Peter Kahrel's site.
i know my question was, to say the least, vague.
i'm a graphic designer and was dealing with an 'ms word' .doc (yuck) that had been through way too many hands (apps?).
so much awful formatting...
was intending on cleaning the whole thing up in 'indesign'.
but, must've missed something, 'cause i couldn't get the links to execute.
i've since, ahem, 'rolled over' and completed the task in 'word'.
the file will eventually be published as an ebook.
busy, busy, busy.
i'll pursue this 'indesign' endnote issue when i can devote the proper time to it.
thanks again, eugene.
happy ho ho,
thank you, david,
i did check out peter kahrel's site as well as http://blogs.adobe.com/indesigndocs/2009/03/endnotes_in_indesign_cs4.h tml
i could, simply, copy and paste to you what i just posted to eugene.
i appreciate you taking some time to aid a, decidely, dumb designer. LOL
i'll continue to wrestle with this issue when time is available.
thanks, again and happy ho ho.