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The parnotes pack­age adds a new note type, \parnote. Parnotes are set as nor­mal, run­ning para­graphs and may be placed two ways: (1) au­to­mat­i­cally, at the end of the para­graph, or (2) man­u­ally, us­ing the \parnotes com­mand.

To place parnotes au­to­mat­i­cally af­ter ev­ery para­graph, use the autopn en­vi­ron­ment:



If en­vi­ron­ments are used within autopn, an­other autopn en­vi­ron­ment must be nested within them. To place notes else­where, use the \parnotes com­mand.

For more de­tails, read the project doc­u­men­ta­tion in parnotes.pdf.


The de­vel­op­ment repos­i­tory and the bug tracker for this pack­age are hosted on GitHub.


Copy­right © 2012, 2016 Chelsea Hughes

This work is dis­tributed un­der the LaTeX Project Public Li­cense, ver­sion 1.3 or later, avail­able at http://www.la­tex-project.org/lppl.txt

I cur­rently main­tain this project (com­pris­ing parnotes.sty, parnotes.tex, README.md, and the de­rived file parnotes.pdf) and will re­ceive er­ror re­ports at the project GitHub page (see Con­tribut­ing above).

This pack­age was started due to a ques­tion at the TeX Stack Ex­change: http://tex.stack­ex­change.com/ques­tions/34746/

Thanks to Stack Ex­change users Ahmed Musa, Bruno Le Floch, and David Carlisle.

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parnotes – Notes af­ter ev­ery para­graph (or else­where)

The pack­age pro­vides the \parnote com­mand. The notes are set as (nor­mal) run­ning para­graphs; place­ment is at the end of each para­graph, or man­u­ally, us­ing the \parnotes com­mand.

Li­censeThe Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Main­tainerChelsea Hughes
Con­tained inTeX Live as parnotes
MiKTeX as parnotes
Topics gen­eral notes (not in­clud­ing end­notes or foot­notes)
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