So this is how I circumvented the problem: I assigned the two footnotes after the missing ones special characters (7 and 8).
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Attempts to edit or delete a citation using the Backspace or Delete key will disrupt the formatting and you may lose all your corrections the next time you reformat the document There are a number of options for editing citations To add text to the beginning of a citation (e.g.
See also) use the Prefix: box To add text to the end of a citation (e.g.
to add a note, such as “emphasis added”), use the Suffix: box To add page numbers, use the Pages: box – more details on working with page numbers...
There is also a Formatting drop-down, which allow you to set the Default format (Author, Year), reformat as Author (Year), Exclude author, Exclude year, or Show Only in Bibliography The Edit & Manage Citations dialogue If you have “Cite While You Write” turned off, you must first format the citations before the changes will appear – click the “Update Citations and Bibliography” button in Word’s End Note ribbon In APA style, the in-text citation above appears as: (See also Fang & Wang, 2012, pp.
Technically this isn't a problem except that I cannot yet "accept" the changes as I need to submit the edited article for publication with changes included so the editors can see what I've done to improve the article.
But at the same time, I want to actually have the footnotes in the article progress sequentially without jumping over numbers.
Now, in Changes, select Accept Thank you for your interest in this question.