For most papers formatted in Turabian style, in-text citations are formatted as footnotes.
Footnotes are a method of documenting sources for a paper with the following characteristics:
Superscripted numbers at the points in the text where a source needs to be referenced.
Numbers in the text are in the order of their appearance in the paper (1, 2, 3, etc.).
Numbered citations for sources are listed at the bottom of each page, in the order of their appearance in the document.
Specific page references are required when exact wording from the source is included in the paper.
Endnotes are identical to footnotes in most respects, with this difference: footnotes are
included at the bottom of the page, and endnotes are listed on the final page of the paper.
1. Open your paper, and put the cursor where you would like to place the footnote.
2. On the Word menu, click References, Insert Footnote.
3. Word will insert a blank footnote in the paper, numbered correctly, and place the
cursor in the footnote.
4. Switch to zbib. Click the In-text icon next to the reference you need to include in your footnote.
A dialog will display, with the reference formatted as a footnote, and a text box that allows
you to enter a specific page reference for any direct quotations
of material from the source work.
Click the Copy Note button.
5. Go to your document, and make sure the cursor is in the footnote panel.
Click Edit, Paste and Match Formatting to place the reference in your paper as a footnote.
Check your document to make sure the footnote has been placed successfully in the Word footnote pane.
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