How to properly cite sources in MLA style in Microsoft Word?

dbrown

I know that there is a feature to format MLA citations properly in Word, but I can’t recall how to do it. Anyone know how?

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jimlynch
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It looks like you've already got an answer to your question, but here's a link to the Microsoft Office support site in case you have other questions about Microsoft Word or other Office applications:

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/support/

dniblock
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Go to References>Insert Citation>Add. Enter all the information in the resulting window, click “OK” then “Bibliography.”

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