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You need to define a section for each chapter (the restarting of numbering for endnotes is not dependent or linked to heading levels).

  • Highlight the text (including all content) of your first chapter.
  • Insert > Section…
  • On the Section tab, enter a meaningful name (e.g., "ch01")
  • On the Footnotes/Endnotes tab check Collect at end of section / Restart numbering (Start at 1).

That will give you endnotes that appear at the end of the highlighted section (your first chapter). Repeat for each chapter.

You need This solution will renumber endnotes on a per-chapter basis by gathering them at the end of each chapter in which the anchor appears. Refer the answer by @Mohith for an easier solution to define renumber the notes on a per-chapter basis and have them all appear at the end of the document.

This can be done by defining a section for each chapter (the restarting of numbering for endnotes is not dependent or linked to heading levels). chapter:

  • Highlight the text (including all content) of your the first chapter.
  • Insert > Section…
  • On the Section tab, enter a meaningful name (e.g., "ch01")
  • On the Footnotes/Endnotes tab check Collect at end of section / Restart numbering (Start at 1).

That will give you endnotes that appear at the end of the highlighted section (your (the first chapter). Repeat for each chapter.

This solution will renumber endnotes on a per-chapter basis by gathering them at the end of each chapter in which the anchor appears. Refer the answer by @Mohith for an easier solution I do know of any way to renumber the notes endnotes on a per-chapter basis and and have them all appear gather at the end of the a document.

This can be done solution works by defining a section for each chapter:

  • Highlight the text (including all content) of the first chapter.
  • Insert > Section…
  • On the Section tab, enter a meaningful name (e.g., "ch01")
  • On the Footnotes/Endnotes tab check Collect at end of section / Restart numbering (Start at 1).

That will give you endnotes that appear at the end of the highlighted section (the first chapter). Repeat for each chapter.

This solution will renumber endnotes on a per-chapter basis by gathering them at the end of each chapter in which the anchor appears. I do not know of any way to renumber endnotes on a per-chapter basis and have them gather at the end of a document. This solution works by defining a section for each chapter:

  • Highlight the text (including all content) of the first chapter.
  • Insert > Section…
  • On the Section tab, enter a meaningful name (e.g., "ch01")
  • On the Footnotes/Endnotes tab check Collect at end of section / Restart numbering (Start at 1).

That will give you endnotes that appear at the end of the highlighted section (the first chapter). Repeat for each chapter.