I wasnt going to post but I have been reading tutorials all day. this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPFMm4Z5Fp0&feature=plcpshows how to use chicargo style A . However because the author has only used three blocks of text not formatted to any paras it sits nicely in a block.
My footnotes start at my para indent and they are not single spaced but double spaced. So looks like
below is my my text
I dont want it to look like this. It looks awful and a waste of space. It appears the way you set up your document style dictates how your references look. Yet not one of the tutorials addresses this. Video or print. I do not want double spacing. The first tutorial doesnt show double spacing so how can I reset my style?. Also if I have the footnote line I want it to start at the margin. Also I dont want to set the font and size everytime I do a footnote. Yet again no one addresses this. How can I lock it in for footnotes. I know the style is supposed to ouse larger footnotes but I am not writing a paper and I want zize 10. It is not even consistent when it reverts to a default. I have seen three different font styles.Grrrr
Sorry but can someone please help?. Leanne?