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Using Microsoft Word 2010 by Mike Miller, Tim Huddleston

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16. Citing Your Sources in a Word Document

Dealing with sources, citations, bibliographies, and footnotes or endnotes can be frustrating, but Word greatly simplifies the process. This chapter shows you how to manage sources in a document, and make it easy for your readers to find and identify your sources.

Many writers, professional and academic, need to cite the information sources they use when creating a document. If you wrote papers in high school or college, you probably endured the ordeal of gathering source materials, citing them in exactly the right format (points off if you don’t!), ordering and reordering, and then starting all over again because you left out something important. Then came the hassle of creating footnotes, endnotes, ...

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