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Creating an Alphabetical Works Cited Page
To Enter More Text
The next step is to type the last paragraph of text in the research paper. The
following steps enter this text.
Press the END key to position the insertion point at the end of the fourth paragraph and
then press the ENTER key.
Type the last paragraph of the research paper (Figure 2–51): The next time you
pass a surveyor, play a Nintendo Wii, or follow a route
prescribed by a vehicle’s navigation system, keep in
mind that none of it might have been possible without the
concept of triangulation.
citation shows name
of Web site
last paragraph
word count now
meets minimum
insertion point
Figure 2– 51
To Save an Existing Document with the Same File Name
You have made several modii cations to the document since you last saved it. Thus,
you should save it again. The following step saves the document again.
Click the Save button on the Quick Access Toolbar to overwrite the previously saved i le.
Break Point:
If you wish to take a break, this is a good place to do so. You can quit Word now
(refer to page WD 125 for instructions). To resume at a later time, start Word (refer to page
WD 70 for instructions), open the i le called Triangulation Paper (refer to page WD 45 for
instructions), and continue following the steps from this location forward.
Creating an Alphabetical Works Cited Page
According to the MLA documentation style, the works cited page is a list of sources that
are referenced directly in a research paper. You place the list on a separate numbered page
with the title, Works Cited, centered one inch from the top margin. The works are to be
alphabetized by the author’s last name or, if the work has no author, by the work’s title.
The i rst line of each entry begins at the left margin. Indent subsequent lines of the same
entry one-half inch from the left margin.
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