Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Adding References in Word 2010
Figure 10-13 The References tab includes all the tools you need to add and manage references
in your document.
The different groups on the References tab provide you with the tools you need to add and
edit various tables of references.
The Table Of Contents group includes the commands you’ll use to mark items in the
document as entries for your table of contents. In addition, there are commands to
compile and insert a table based on those entries and update the table after you
change it.
The Footnotes group is where you insert footnotes and endnotes in your document.
You can also hide the notes from view if you choose.
With the Citations & Bibliography group, you can select a style to be used in the
current document, add citations, select a bibliography style, and manage the sources
you’ve used in the document.
Use the Captions group to add captions to diagrams and illustrations in your
document. You can also create and update a table of figures and add cross-references to
give your readers additional resources to which to refer.
The Index group includes everything you need to mark index entries and compile
and update an index.
The Table Of Authorities includes the commands for marking legal cases and statutes
within a document. After you mark the citations, you can insert and update a table of
authorities to display all references to authorities in the document.
In addition to using the References tab to easily insert references, you can also apply styles
to the citations, footnotes, and references so they appear in the format you want. The
Bibliography command in the Citations & Bibliography group includes a gallery of styles you
can apply to the bibliography you create.
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