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When I export to LaTeX -> PDF the footnote description is placed on the same page the reference appears. Instead, I'd like all the descriptions to appear in the end of the article. Is this possible?

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You will need to use the LaTeX-package called endnotes from your org document.

Export the following org document to see it in action:

#+LATEX_HEADER: \usepackage{endnotes}
#+LATEX_HEADER: \renewcommand{\footnote}{\endnote}

* Header

This is a footnote [fn:f].

* An other header

With the endnotes CTAN package endnotes can be printed to the end of
the document [fn:e].

\clearpage

The place for endnotes need to be indicated with the \LaTeX command:

\theendnotes

* Footnotes

[fn:f] Footnotes are usually at the end of the page.

[fn:e] Endnotes are all collected to the end of the document.

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