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  • 1. * Click here when finished! *
  • 2. 1) Select “All 59 options”2) Select “Photograph” from the alphabetical list3) Is the photo missing an official title? Name it something that represent the picture.4) Try to find the information to fill in all the boxes.5) Select the tab that matches where you found the picture. * Go to the next slides for citing a picture from a book, website or online database*
  • 3. * Click here when finished! *
  • 4. * Click here when finished! *
  • 5. Finished Citation1) Highlight the citation2) Copy & paste the citation into the Works Cited page of your paper or projectGo to the next slide to learn how to format your Works Cited page!
  • 6. Creating the Works Cited Page• Using MS Word, follow these steps in order: 1) You must click No Spacing on the top toolbar before typing! 2) Select font Times New Roman, size 12 3) Click the line spacing button and choose 2.0• Works Cited at the top of the page and center it (do not bold, italicize or underline it)• Hit Enter on the keyboard 2X.• Type or paste your citations use these guidelines: – Alphabetize entries ignoring an initial A, An or The. – You must use a hanging indent for the second line of any citation (hit TAB once.
  • 7. CreditsBryan, Valerie. MLA 7th Ed. Guide. N.p.: Valerie Bryan, 29 Feb. 2012. PDF.Harpin, Cara. Citing Sources with Easybib. Acworth: Cara Harpin, n.d. PDF.