Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Adding References in Word 2010
To enter AutoCorrect exceptions, click Exceptions on the AutoCorrect tab in the
AutoCorrect dialog box, and you can add the following three types of exceptions:
First Letter This form of capitalization controls the words immediately following
abbreviations. (For example, you might have a phrase such as after the merging of
Lake Ltd. and Smith Co., in which the word “and” should not be capitalized.)
INitial CAps Use this tab to enter words and phrases with unusual capitalization
that you don’t want changed. This might include company names or abbreviations
or terms peculiar to your business or industry.
Other Corrections Enter additional items that you don’t want AutoCorrect to
change. This might include names, locations, unusual spellings, and phrases that
reflect terminology particular to your work.
The Automatically Add Words To List option in the AutoCorrect Exceptions dialog
box enables you to add exceptions as you work by clicking Undo or pressing Ctrl+Z
immediately after an undesired correction is made. Note that this only applies to case
changes and not to the Replace Text As You Type option.
Adding References in Word 2010
When you use a variety of sources to prepare a complex document, compiling, organizing,
and adding all the references can be a big job. You have magazines and books piled high
on your desk, report pages are folded open so you can type in the quotations you want to
include, and which citation style is the right one to use? It’s hard to remember if you don’t
create these kinds of documents very often.
Fortunately, Word 2010 includes flexible reference features that help you cut down on the
amount of time and effort you spend adding references to your document. When you add
citations from books, articles, reports, presentations, or online sources, Source Manager in
Word 2010 helps you enter and organize the citations you need so that they appear
consistently—in the style you want—throughout your document. Additionally, adding footnotes,
endnotes, and cross-references is much easier with the help of the groups on the
References tab (see Figure 10-13).
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