6.3: Formatting Documents – tables, footnotes, endnotes, citations, bibliographies 10/31/13 Warm-up When writing a research paper, how do you keep track of your sources? How do you know what information came from which source? Keyboarding Practice You may go online and complete any keyboarding practice you like except for games. Inserting Tables Table = A grid of columns and rows that can be filled with text or graphics Cell = a box formed by the intersection of columns and rows Borders = the lines that divide the columns and rows AKA = Grid Lines Footnotes and Endnotes A footnote or endnote is an explanatory note that consists or two parts 1. The note or reference mark that appears in the text to indicate that additional information is available 2. The corresponding information in the footnote/endnote • Footnotes are placed at the end of each page while endnotes are placed at the end of an entire document • Both are found under the references tab. Inserting Citations A citation refers to the line/lines of text within a document or bibliography that state the source of information. In-text Citation = Stating the source and page number of information within a document AKA = Parenthetical Documentation Example: Romantic poetry is characterized by the "spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings" (Wordsworth 263). MLA Style = Modern Language Association APA Style = American Psychological Association Google Citation Machine Available in the Reference tab. Managing Sources and Bibliography Bibliography = list of sources that you used to create your document. AKA – Works Cited The bibliography feature in Word allows your to quickly create works cited lists automatically. Tip = When working with web sources, copy and paste the url address directly from the web site. Complete the following assignments in order For Today… Inserting a table Figure D-12 is on the online version Adding Footnotes and Endnotes Inserting Citations Figures D – 17 and D – 18 are on the online version Managing Sources and Bibliography Save the document as Your Name – Healthy Traveler 2 Submit to the Skydrive.