If so, please email me. I have a few questions to ask you about adjusting the HTML that Kindle uses.
UPDATE: I am using Mobipocket, which does a nice job of converting Microsoft Word into a format that Kindle loves. Unfortunately, footnotes do not seem to be active; you can't click a footnote reference in the final document to jump to the footnote, nor jump back to the reference. It seems a bit odd that there would be no capacity for this, unless Kindle is strictly for fiction.
UPDATE 2: Even more frustrating: I discovered that it works best to read a Word document into OpenOffice, and export it as an HTML. The footnotes work perfectly in a browser--but when I either use Mobipocket to convert the HTML to a PRC file, or do the conversion from HTML on the Amazon Kindle page, the footnotes do not work in the preview window. I do not know if this is a problem of the preview window, or a problem that these endnotes are not working. There does not seem to be a way to take the PRC file and load it into Kindle for PC, or to put the output of the Kindle page conversion somewhere that I can load it into Kindle for PC.