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Word 2007: Using the References Tab

Word 2007: Using the References Tab

The References tab is a wealth of commands designed to help properly document your work with Footnotes, Citations and Bibliography commands. You’ll also find commands for creating a Table of Contents, an Index and a Table of Authorities.

Figure 37. References Tab

               

 

Figure 38. Table of Contents Group

The Table of Contents group on the References tab contains commands to help you generate and update a Table of Contents, but unless it’s used in conjunction with Styles – it won’t do you any good.

The Footnotes group on the References tab contains commands for inserting and navigating footnotes. This group also contains a Dialog Box Launcher that opens the Footnote & Endnote Dialog Box.

 

Figure 39. Footnotes Group

 

Figure 40. Citations & Bibliography Group

When citing sources, the Citations & Bibliography group on the References tab is the place to go. Here you can insert citations and a bibliography according to specific styles.

You’ve seen captions all over this document. In fact, under just about every figure, you’ll see a caption. When using the Captions group on the References tab, you can insert captions and a related Table of Figures.

 

Figure 41. Captions Group

 

Figure 42. Index Group

The Index group on the References tab contains commands for marking entries for using in a future Index and inserting an Index based on marked entries.

The final group on the References tab, Table of Authorities, contains commands for marking citations and inserting a related Table of Authorities.

 

Figure 43. Table of Authorities Group