Keep your research notes and references at your fingertips as you write.

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installs on your Word menu,
and is compatible with
Word 2016, 2013, and 2010

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Citation has been helping writers organize references & notes since 1987.

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How does it work?

Add bibliographic records for your sources as your research progresses.

You can include all the information you need for a reference, along with keywords and an abstract, to summarize the significance of the work to your research.

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Citation links research notes to the source work.

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After you add a bibliographic record, just click the Add Note button to include research notes for quotations, or your comments on the work.

Citation links the note to the source.

When you tag your notes with keywords, Citation can retrieve all your notes on a topic quickly and easily.

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Organizing your notes will make it easier to write.

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The NoteCards feature

Use the NoteCards feature to write a document that will let you review all your research notes on a topic.

You can write the notes out for records containing a search term in any field.

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Cite sources as you are writing in Word.

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As you are writing, locate the work you need to cite on Citation's Short List, and click.

Citation places a CiteKey in the document, indicating the place for a footnote or an in-text cite, and tagging the work for inclusion in the Reference List.

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Citation is intuitive, versatile, and powerful.

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Generate Citations for Document

Once you've finished writing, you can create the in-text cites and Reference List with one click.

You can choose to write your references as Author-Date cites, with an alphabetised Reference List, Footnotes, Endnotes, Numbered References -- you can even create HTML in-text cites and Bibliographies.

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Works anywhere! Internet access is not required.

Over 3 million students, at 3,000 colleges and universities, in 47 countries use Citation.

Works with Word 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2016.

Includes Document templates for APA, MLA, and Turabian styles.

Citation is so useful. Don't start your next paper or book without it!

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