InDesign doesn't do endnotes as such.
What I would do is: (a) in Word, convert the endnotes to footnotes; (b)
import into InDesign; (c) use various free scripts to convert the
footnotes to endnotes in InDesign.
If this works, all well and good. But ID has a long history of losing footnotes during import, seemingly at random. Has InDesign CC 2014 finally fixed this? I'd want to check that all the notes made it in.
Unless I'm mistaken, ... and because I use 2 scripts [1 then 2] of very clever and prolific Peter Kahrel, I work with only one story! All the endnotes appear at the end of the book and they are always dynamic: if I add or delete one (call + text), they automatically renumber! Cool!
1/ Convert endnotes to footnotes: Convert endnotes to footnotes | Peter Kahrel
2/ Convert footnotes to endnotes: Convert footnotes to endnotes | Peter Kahrel
Thanks a lot, Peter!
did you find solution for your problem ?
I ma having the same dilemma now and can't find good answer how to do it
Did you try the answers in post #3?