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Office 2013 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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Working with Citations and Bibliographies

If you are working on a journal article, a paper for conference proceedings, or some other document that requires a listing of your sources at the end of the document, you can take advantage of Word’s citation and bibliography features. Citations are short references to articles, papers, books, or other material that you consulted that appear directly in the text of your document. For example, if you need to cite an article you read that was written by Jane Smith in 2012, the citation in the document would appear directly after any reference that you have made to Smith’s article. A format that the citation might appear in would appear as: (Smith, 2012).

The full reference for the article, including the ...

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