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Microsoft® Office Word 2007 Plain & Simple by Marianne Moon, Jerry Joyce

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Inserting a Citation

When your writing references outside sources and/or works by other people, including books, articles, legal decisions, or whatever other items you reference, you’ll need to cite them. Word provides a rich environment for entering, compiling, formatting, and inserting citations into your documents. If you’re working in a company, a school, or an agency that frequently creates documents that include citations, you probably already have the data entered in bibliographies, ready to be dropped in. However, if you don’t have access to existing bibliographies, you can enter the data once and then save it for future use.

Add Existing Citations

  1. On the References tab, click the Manage Sources button to display the Source Manager dialog ...

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