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From: "James P. Colgate" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Some Report Generation Questions
Date: Sun, 10 Nov 2002 22:57:26 -0500
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From: "Brian Mair" <>
> I think it is clear that if I wish to do that then I must go scrub each
witness Tag, or separate out
> roughly as you indicate. But I will still end up with a lot of repetitive
footnotes. They'll just
> be smaller. For printing direct from TMG Unique Endnotes clearly offer a
material (less paper)
> benefit......just a sample run over one family of 7 people had 22 "Unique"
endnotes, but when I >ran without the unique attribute it gave me 53.
What do you want the report to finally look like (clairvoyance required)?
If I understand, your principal's sentence in the text of the report will
have below it an the same page a footnote with a long transcription -- at
the end of the transcription but still within the footnote would follow the
source information. But if a witness role person gets a sentence elsewhere
in the report -- do you want this sentence to have no footnote? Or do you
want it to have a footnote, but only with the source information?
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