BACKGROUND: I use Microsolft Word XP for word processing. I started typing a document in Microsoft Word. The document required footnotes, so I decided to use the footnote feature provided by the Microsoft Word program. I put my cursor just behind the the last word in the sentence that I wished to add a footnote. I clicked "insert" on the tool bar. I clicked "Reference" and clicked "Footnotes." I then clicked "insert" to place the footnote. The computer placed the footnote number behind the sentence. The cursor then automatically dropped to the bottom of the page. There was a short line and beneth the line was the footnote number and the cursor was clinking behind it. I typed the footnote information and returned to the text of the document. I continued to type text and add footnotes. I printed the document. The text and the footnotes printed fine. PROBLEM: When I highlighted a page to move it, the footnotes did not highlight. I then attached the word processing document to an e-mail and I was told that the text arrived, but the footnotes were not ncluded. QUESTION: Is there a way to make the footnotes application truly part of the document so that I may e-mail the entire document, including footnotes?