Purpose and importance of citations in general.
A note on the significance of citation styles.
The Citation bibliographic database program.
Database programs and databases in general.
Large online database collections.
Personal database programs.
Standard database programs.
Textual database programs.
Bibliographic database programs.
Background: Bibliographies and reference lists.
Glossary of basic database terms for the Citation database system.
Quick Reference Help Topics.
How to use Citation.
Create a Citation database
Add a Citation bibliographic record.
Add a Citation note record.
Save, close open, and backup your database.
Journal articles & typical sources.
Build a list of potential sources.
Review notes & sources, begin a draft of your paper.
Including properly documented excerpts in your paper.
Writing citations and bibliographies.
Open, close database
Export database to text file
Import database from another bibliographic program
Sending databases by email
Creating a shortcut to your database on your desktop
Save and back up your database
Converting databases created with earlier versions of Citation
Search / find text feature
Browse records matching search criteria
Write notecards matching search criteria
List box search
Search for records matching search criteria
Select a subset of records
Retrieve a subset of records
Sort records or subset
Tagging records as part of a subset
Writing a custom format that selects a subset
Creating a subset of notes on an issue or topic
Setting the publishing style for your citations
Locating the work to cite in your database
Insert citation marker into document
Pinpoint references to specific pages/paragraphs
Citing works consulted during research
Generate citations & reference list for document
Generating a bibliography for an entire database or subset
Changing the citation style for a document
Custom citation styles