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chaging fonts in endnotes word 2007?

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    I have spent my day trying to change the size and type of the fonts in the endnotes of a document I am writing with word 2007. So far no success.

    I want a document with Timed New Roman 12 in the normal text and fontsize 11 in the endnotes - should be easy to do, but I simply can't. What I have tried is the following:

    From the view "Home" I have rightclicked on "Styles Normal" and selected "Modify". Then I

    (1) Choose "Normal" from "style for following paragraph", and "Formatting": "Times new Roman 12" and spacing 1,5.


    (2) Choose "Endnote text" from "style for following paragraph", and "Formatting": "TNR 11" and spacing: single.

    THis should do it? Never!

    What happens is that the normal text of the documents turn into singlespaced text with fontsize 11.

    So, then I tried to do the follpwing: Back to step 1, and create one endnote. Moved the cursor to the text of this endnote, and repeated step 2. Surprise, surprise: the normal text once again turn into endnote style, with size 11 and spacing 1.

    Does anyone know how to do this?
     
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