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77-418: Word 2013 Core Topics : Apply references :
Create endnotes, footnotes, and citations •Inserting endnotes, managing footnote locations, configuring endnote formats, modifying footnote numbering, inserting citation placeholders, inserting citations, inserting bibliography, changing citation styles
When creating formal research papers, students are expected to create documents that meet formal standards. There are many documentation standards in today’s business and academic world. Some of the standards are universal; some are specific to a particular organization. Footnotes and endnotes typically convey additional information about statements in the body of a document, or they describe the sources of quoted material. Each footnote or endnote is automatically numbered. The number, called a reference mark, appears as a superscript in the body of the document; the same number appears at the beginning of the footnote or endnote text as an identifier.
The reference mark is a hyperlink to the location of the corresponding note, and the number in the footnote or endnote text is a hyperlink to the corresponding reference mark. You typically see footnotes and endnotes being used in scholarly papers which is following Microsoft Word reference tools to do the job:
- Footnotes and endnotes You can provide supporting information without interrupting the flow of the primary content by inserting the information in footnotes at the bottom of the relevant pages or endnotes at the end of the document.
- Table of contents You can provide an overview of the information contained in a document and help readers locate topics by compiling a table of contents that includes page numbers or hyperlinks to each heading.
- Index You can help readers locate specific information by inserting index entry fields within a document and compiling an index of keywords and concepts that directs the reader to the corresponding page numbers.
- Information sources and a bibliography You can appropriately attribute information to its source by inserting citations into a document. Word will then compile a professional bibliography from the citations.
When you want to make a comment about a statement in a document, you can enter the comment as a footnote or an endnote. Doing so inserts a number or symbol called a reference mark. By default, footnote reference marks use the 1, 2, 3 number format, and endnote reference marks use the i, ii, iii number format.
managing footnote locations
configuring endnote formats modifying footnote numbering inserting citation placeholders inserting citations inserting bibliography changing citation styles
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