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The Generate, Citations for Document selection lets you to write references for works cited in a paper with Access Keys.

To generate citations for a document:

  1. Choose Generate, Citations for document. The Generate Citations dialog will display.
  2. Choose the Publishing Style (e.g., MLA, Chicago, Turabian) and set the options for the intext citations (citations in the text of the document).
  3. Choose the Publishing Style, and set the options for the Reference List (citations in list of works cited at the document).
  4. Make certain that the check boxes for alphabetizing citations, numbering citations, and including abstracts are set to your preference.
  5. Click OK to begin writing citations.
Note
When Citation writes references, it makes a copy of the document with the Cite Keys, and replaces the Cite keys with references. Be careful not to overwrite the document with the Cite Keys so that you can rewrite your citations later.

To try writing references for a paper with the samples provided with Citation:

  1. With your word processor, open c:\citation\samples\apadraft.rtf, and save the rtf file with a new name.
  2. With Citation, open c:\citation\samples\tutor.cit, and then click Generate, Citations for Document.
  3. Set the options in the dialog to write the references in one of the styles you are familiar with, and then click OK. Citation replaces the Cite keys with references, and formats the citations for the document.

Examples of options settings for different reference styles:

APA (5th edition)
To generate citations for a document in APA (5th edition) style, set the options on the Generate Citation dialog as follows:

MLA (6th edition)
To generate citations for a document in MLA (6th edition) style, with Author-Page intext cites and an alphabetized list of Works Cited, set the options on the Generate Citation dialog as follows:

ASM (Am Society for Microbiology)
To generate citations for a document in ASM style, set the options on the Generate Citation dialog as follows:

Chicago (5th edition) Humanities - Footnotes intext and alphabetized bibliography
To generate citations for a document in Chicago style with footnotes and a bibliography, set the options on the Generate Citation dialog as follows:


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