Ludwig considered it an honor that his books were among those burned by the Nazis in 1933.1
1. Emil Ludwig, Three Portraits: Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin (New York: Alliance Book Corporation: 1940), 49.
You can configure Microsoft Word for CMS style citations by clicking on the References tab and then selecting a Chicago option for the Style option. Microsoft Word 2010 lists "Chicago Fifteenth Edition" as the CMS option.
You can select Arabic numerals for the endnotes by clicking on the small arrowhead that points diagonally downwards to the right at the lower, right-hand corner of the References options block.
On the Footnote and Endnote window that appears, select Endnotes and change the number format to "1, 2, 3, ..."
If the text isn't already 12 point Times New Roman for endnotes, you can change the font to 12 point Times New Roman by highlighting endnotes you have entered and selecting that font and font size from beneath the Home tab of the Word menu bar. You can still right-click on an endnote in the endnotes secton and choose "Go to Endnote" to be taken to the reference in the body of the paper.
The endnotes section should have the word "Notes" centered at the top of the first page of endnotes. If you wish to remove the horizontal line that Word puts at the top of each page for the endnotes, take the following steps:
Note: the instructions above are for Microsoft Word 2010 on a Microsoft Windows system, but should be similar for other recent versions.