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TABLE OF CONTENTS

It is a list, usually found on a


page before the start of a
written work, of its chapter or
section titles or brief
descriptions with their
commencing page numbers.
It gives readers a high-level
view of the content in the
document.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. Inserting a table of contents
1. Click the References tab. In the
Table of Contents group, click
Table of Contents.
2. Choose the style of Table of
Contents you wish to insert.

Automatic Table 1 creates a ToC entitled


Contents.
Automatic Table 2 creates a ToC entitled Table
of Contents.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
No styles?
Select each of the top-level headings
for your ToC and apply the Heading 1 style
from the Styles group on the Home tab of
the ribbon.
Select all the second-level headings
and apply the Heading 2 style, and so on.
With your heading styles all applied, click
on the References tab and insert your table
of contents.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
II. Inserting a custom ToC
1. Choose Insert Table of Contents to
specify formatting—including how
tab leaders and page numbers are
formatted, and which heading levels
to include.
2. If you formatted your headings with
distinct styles for each level, but used
styles other than the built-in heading
styles, click the Options button in the
Table of Contents dialog box to map
the styles you used to the ToC
framework.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
II. Inserting a custom ToC

3. If you want to change the font,


font size, or other formatting
attributes of the ToC, click the
Modify button in the Table of
Contents dialog box and
specify your formatting for
each ToC heading level.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
III. Updating your ToC
1. To update your Table of Contents,
right-click in the table and choose
Update Field, or choose Update
Table from the Table of Contents
group on the References tab.
2. Select entire table or page
numbers only and click OK to
regenerate the table of contents
from your headings.
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FOOTNOTES

Footnotes are the


important points
present in the form of
notes at the end of a It elaborates as well as
page or bottom of a simplifies a particular
page. point mentioned in the
body of text and also
shows its accountability
by acknowledging the
source of information
taken out.
FOOTNOTES

Click where you Click References


Type the
want to add a and then Insert footnote text.
footnote. Footnote.

Note: Word inserts a reference mark in the text and adds the footnote mark at the bottom of the page.
FOOTNOTES
Customize footnotes and endnotes
On the Insert menu,
click Footnote to open
the Footnote and Endnote box.

In the Footnote and Endnote box,


select the options you want.
Choose where you want to apply
the changes—the whole document
or the section you’re in—and then
click Insert.
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CITATIONS AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

When your document


contains someone else’s
work, this typically needs to
be cited for reference.
Adding such
references enables the
readers to identify the
source information.
CITATIONS AND BIBLIOGRAPHY
Selecting Citation Styles

Before defining citations,


first select the style of your
document; APA or MLA
and so on.
In the Citations &
Bibliography group, select
the proper style.
CITATIONS AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

Creating a New Citation


Source & Inserting it in a
Document
Place your cursor where you
want the citation to be
inserted.
In the Citations &
Bibliography Group, click the
Arrow located on the Insert
Citation button.
Click Add New Source.
CITATIONS AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

In the dialog box


that will pop‐up,
from the Type of
Source list, select Click OK when
the type of you’re done.
citation and then
fill in the
required fields.
CITATIONS AND BIBLIOGRAPHY
To Create a Bibliography

Place your cursor where


you want the bibliography
In the Citations &
Bibliography group, click
Biography
Then select the type of
bibliography you desire.
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CAPTIONS

It is a
brief text over or
under a picture in
a book, magazine,
or newspaper that
describes the pictu
re or explains what
the people in it are
doing or saying
CAPTIONS
CAPTIONS
CAPTIONS
CAPTIONS
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INDEX
An index lists the
terms and topics that are
discussed in a document,
along with the pages that
they appear on.
To create an index,
you mark the index entries
by providing the name of
the main entry and the
cross-reference in your
document, and then you
build the index.
INDEX
Mark the entries.
Step 1: Select the text you’d
like to use as an index entry,
or just click where you want
to insert the entry.
Step 2: On the References tab,
in the Index group, click Mark
Entry.
INDEX
Mark the entries.
Step 3: You can edit the text in
the Mark Index Entry dialog
box.
Step 4:Click Mark to mark the
index entry. To mark this text
everywhere it shows up in the
document, click Mark All.
Step 5: To mark additional index
entries, select the text, click in
the Mark Index Entry dialog
box, and then repeat steps 3 and
4.
INDEX
Create the index
Step 1: After you mark the
entries, you’re ready to insert
the index into your document.
Click where you want to add
the index.
Step 2: On
the References tab, in
the Index group, click Insert
Index.
INDEX
Create the index
Step 3: In the Index dialog box,
you can choose the format for
text entries, page numbers, tabs,
and leader characters.
Step 4: You can change the
overall look of the index by
choosing from
the Formats dropdown menu. A
preview is displayed in the
window to the top left.
Step 5: Click OK.
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TABLE OF AUTHORITIES What Can You
Cite?
Cases
Statutes
Other Authorities
It is like a Table Rules
of Contents Treatises
except it refers Regulations
only to citations Constitutional
of legal provisions
precedents (also
known as
authorities).
TABLE OF AUTHORITIES

1st Step: Select the citation using either your


mouse or keyboard.
2nd Step: To mark the citation, either press ALT-
SHIFT-I (which works in all versions of Word
from 2002 through 2016) or go to the References
tab with your mouse and click Mark Citation:
3rd Step: Click the Category drop-down below and
assigned the citation to one of the categories.
TABLE OF AUTHORITIES
Generating the ToA
1st Step: click the Insert
Table of Authorities button
in the upper right-hand
corner. You’ll get the Table
of Authorities dialog box.
2nd Step: Click on each
category and make sure
the formatting is correct.
3rd Step: If everything
looks okay, click the OK
button to insert your new
Table of Authorities.
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