Creating footnotes and endnotes


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Creating footnotes and endnotes

Before we start adding footnotes and endnotes to a document you should know a little bit about what they are and when they should be used. You probably seen both before, that is, if you read. One thing that is not tolerated in the writing community is plagiarism, stealing someone else's text is not allowed. But you can reference that text giving credit where credit is due. Now when you do reference another's writing, you can give credit at the bottom of the page where you're referencing it and that's called the footnote. If you prefer, you can throw all these footnotes at the end of your document, putting them all in one place and these are called endnotes.

Adding footnotes or endnotes in Word is a simple task and Word even counts them for you, keeping track of the numbering so that you don't have to. Let's open up the document, we'll click the Open button on your Quick Access toolbar or the Office button and then Open. And we'll go to the lesson 19 folder...

Creating footnotes and endnotes
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Creating footnotes and endnotes provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Word 2007 Essential Training

Subjects:
Business Education + Elearning
Software:
Word
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