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Place the cursor where you would like the superscript number to appear. Click on Insert Footnote in the References tab. ... The corresponding number will be automatically inserted in the footer ready for you to add the footnote citation. Type in your footnote citation.
Place the cursor where you would like the superscript number to appear. Click on Insert Footnote in the References tab. ... The corresponding number will be automatically inserted in the footer ready for you to add the footnote citation. Type in your footnote citation.
If you want to make a side comment about something, put it out of the way in a footnote so it doesn't distract readers from the point of your paper. Some style guides, such as MLA and APA, instruct that parenthetical statements should be included in the main text of your paper, rather than in footnotes.
Footnotes are intended to provide readers with further information or to share copyright permission information. ... Footnotes are referenced using a superscript number. While APA style discourages the use of footnotes in most circumstances, footnotes are used in the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS).
Both footnotes and endnotes require that a superscript number be placed wherever documentation is necessary. The number should be as near as possible to whatever it refers to, following the punctuation (such as quotation marks, a comma, or a period) that appears at the end of the direct or indirect quotation.
Create the works cited or bibliography prior to entering footnotes. ... Navigate to the end of the sentence where the footnote will go. ... Include the citation for a reference or quote. ... Citation of an online resource.
MLA discourages extensive use of explanatory or digressive notes. MLA style does, however, allow you to use endnotes or footnotes for bibliographic notes, which refer to other publications your readers may consult.
Place the cursor where you would like the superscript number to appear. Click on Insert Footnote in the References tab. ... The corresponding number will be automatically inserted in the footer ready for you to add the footnote citation. Type in your footnote citation.
Insert the footnote after the information you would like to cite in your paper. Write the author's name, first name first, followed by a comma. List the article or page title in quotations followed by a comma before the end quotation. Write the name of the online publication, underlined or in italics.
On the View menu, click Print Layout. In your document, click where you want the reference to be located. On the Insert menu, click Cross-reference. On the Reference type list, click Footnote. Do one of the following. ... In the For which footnote box, click the note that you want to refer to.
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