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Picture Yourself Learning Microsoft® Word® 2010 by Diane Koers

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Creating a Bibliography

A BIBLIOGRAPHY LISTS SOURCES cited indirectly in a document (that is, sources you do not directly quote or paraphrase but from which you have drawn key conclusions, ideas, or concepts). You first must insert each citation, or reference, to the sources in the text where appropriate. Like footnotes and endnotes, citations follow a particular style, such as MLA or the Chicago Manual of Style, so you need to find out which style to use for your class, school, professional discipline, or organization. Word formats each citation you add according to the selected style. For example, a citation in the MLA style might have just the author last name or author last name and cited page number in parentheses, as in (Smith) or (Smith ...

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