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SteveD | 09:13 Fri 23rd Mar 2018 | Computers
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Am using Word (latest version) to write an article. How can I add the full citation at the foot of each page where they are quoted? I tried dong Insert, Footnote, Citation, then adding the appropriate reference from my master list). However, this results in Word adding only a summary (e.g. author name, year) and not the full details. Is there any way I can get Word to do this automatically? When I ask Word to add a bibliography at the end of the piece, it puts all the references in, in full detail.

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I'm guessing that it will have something to do with the "style" word automatically uses. I think you might want to try selecting the "Chicago Style", and this should do the job you want.
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I have already applied Chicago as the style (maybe I should have said earlier) but the problem still remains
Going to have to pass, then. Sorry!
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Thanks very much. Unfortunately, this has got me no further forward.

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