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Introductions to bibliographies and citations

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    • Key Applications ModuleLesson 15 Extended – Bibliographies, Citations, Footer, and Header Computer Literacy BASICS
    • Objectives   Insert page numbers and create a header and footer.   Create, modify, and format endnotes and footnotes.   Use text tools including the Thesaurus, AutoComplete, and AutoText to increase the quality of your work.2 Computer Literacy BASICS
    • Vocabulary   Endnote   Footer   Footnote   Header   Template   Thesaurus3 Computer Literacy BASICS
    • Page Numbers   When your document has multiple pages, you may want to insert page numbers.   The Page Numbers command on the Insert menu quickly adds page numbers to a document. –  The command actually creates a header or footer with a page number as the only text.4 Computer Literacy BASICS
    • Headers and Footers   Headers and footers are information that prints in the top and bottom margins of each page of a document.   A document can have a header, a footer, or both.   Creating a header or footer is another way to add page numbers to a document. –  Using headers or footers instead of the Page Numbers command on the Insert menu allows you to include text with the page number.5 Computer Literacy BASICS
    • The Header and Footer Pane Use the Header and Footer command on the View menu in Word to open the Header and Footer pane and display the toolbar (shown at the top of the figure) that you use to insert and edit these features.6 Computer Literacy BASICS
    • Footnotes and Endnotes   Notes are added to a document to show the source of borrowed material or provide extra or explanatory information about the text.   Footnotes are inserted at the bottom of the page on which the note is referenced in the document.   Endnotes are placed together at the end of a document.7 Computer Literacy BASICS
    • Footnotes and Endnotes (cont.)   Footnotes and endnotes are linked to their in- text reference symbol, which is usually a superscript letter or number.   If you format your document with footnotes and then decide to change the notes to endnotes, Word provides a conversion feature to change all footnotes to endnotes or vice versa.   Notes are also automatically renumbered if you add or delete a note in the text.8 Computer Literacy BASICS
    • The Thesaurus   A thesaurus is a compilation of alternative words or synonyms.   The Thesaurus feature in Word searches for a perfect synonym.9 Computer Literacy BASICS
    • The Thesaurus (cont.)   Select Thesaurus from the Language submenu on the Tools menu. –  If you have already selected a word to look up in the document, the Research pane will open with a list of alternative words already displayed. –  Or enter a word in the Search for text box at the top of the task pane, and then click the Start searching arrow to the right of the text box.10 Computer Literacy BASICS
    • The Research Pane The Research pane in Word lists synonyms provided by the Thesaurus feature. Select a word in the list to display a down arrow, which you can click to access a shortcut menu with options to insert, copy, or look up the word.11 Computer Literacy BASICS
    • AutoComplete and AutoText   AutoComplete suggests the spelling for frequently used words and phrases.   As you begin to key, Word will anticipate what you are keying and display a suggested word or phrase. –  You can accept the suggestion by pressing Enter or simply continue keying to reject the suggestion.   AutoText allows you to create your own text entries and add them to the AutoComplete set of words.12 Computer Literacy BASICS
    • Summary (cont.)   The Insert Page Number command automatically numbers all the pages in a document. You can include text with the page number by formatting a header or footer.13 Computer Literacy BASICS
    • Summary (cont.)   Footnotes and endnotes are used in a document to show the source of borrowed material or to provide extra or explanatory information about the text; footnotes appear at the bottom of each page and endnotes are added to the end of a document.14 Computer Literacy BASICS
    • Summary (cont.)   The Thesaurus provides a list of alternative words and synonyms to help you compose professional documents effectively.   AutoText and AutoComplete make entering repetitive phrases simple and easy.15 Computer Literacy BASICS