Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Typing the Research Paper Text WD 101
To Insert a Citation Placeholder
Earlier in this chapter, you inserted a citation and its source at once. Sometimes, you may not have the source
information readily available and would prefer entering it at a later time.
In the footnote, you will insert a placeholder for the citation and enter the source information later. The
following steps insert a citation placeholder.
1
With the insertion point
positioned as shown in
Figure 2–37, click the Insert
Citation button on the References
tab to display the Insert Citation
menu (Figure 2–37).
Insert
Citation
button
Insert Citation menu
includes previously
inserted source
Add New
Placeholder
command
footnote text
entered
insertion point
Figure 2–37
2
Click Add New Placeholder on the
Insert Citation menu to display the
Placeholder Name dialog box.
Placeholder Name
dialog box
Type Podpora as the tag name for
the source (Figure 2–38).
What is a tag name?
A tag name is an identifi er that
links a citation to a source. Word
automatically creates a tag name
when you enter a source. When
you create a citation placeholder,
enter a meaningful tag name,
which will appear in the citation
placeholder until you edit the
source.
tag name entered
OK button
3
Click the OK button to close the
dialog box and insert the tag
name in the citation placeholder.
Press the PERIOD key to end the
sentence.
Figure 2–38
 
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