How do you add the same footnote?

How do you add the same footnote?

To do so:Insert your first (primary) footnote as normal.Position the insertion point in the document where you want the secondary reference to the footnote.Choose Insert | Reference | Cross-reference. Using the Reference Type drop-down list, choose Footnote. Select the footnote you want used for this reference.

What if you use two sources in one sentence?

For multiple citations in one sentence MLA, you will need to mention the name of the first author and then the “et al” phrase (that means others) excluding quotation marks. For instance, “In a discussion by Dee and his colleagues….”or you can include in-text citations in the end as (Dee et al. 43).

What is the shortcut for adding footnotes in Word?

Keyboard Shortcuts for Footnotes and EndnotesAlt+Ctrl+F to insert a footnote.Alt+Ctrl+D to insert an endnote.

How do you insert a footnote without the reference tab in Word 2010?

Click the “Insert Footnote” button. The footnote number will be inserted, and a separator bar will be added to the bottom of the page. Your cursor will automatically be taken to the footnote at the bottom of the page so that you can fill it out.

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