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Information Fluency Toolbox

Information literacy tools for Albright Faculty.

MS Word References

Do you use Microsoft Word?  Then try the MS Word References tool to help you create bibliographies and cite your sources!  

The tutorials on this page will help you get started.

Using the References Tool in Microsoft Word

The "Cite While You Write" feature allows you to insert citations as you write your paper and create a bibliography. Citations from your EndNote library can be placed directly into the text of your MS Word documents. EndNote can automatically generate a bibliography in numerous citation formats (e.g., MLA, Turabian, ASA, or APA). EndNote commands display in a toolbar in Word and/or in the Tools menu.

The tutorials below will show you how to use the Microsoft Word References tool to cite selected sources.

Remember:  It is your responsibility to make sure you are using the citing style correctly.

MS Word References Tutorial