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  • CMS In-Text Numbering Rules
    Notes Bibliography Formatting Rules Examples of How to Arrange Notes Bibliography Entries Additional Resources Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Citation Guide Chicago Manual of Style Notes System CMS In Text Numbering Rules CMS In Text Numbering Rules are as follows In text superscripted numbers appear after the punctuation and quotation marks at the end of a cited clause or sentence There is no space between the punctuation and the numeral Source material located in the first part of a sentence separated by an em dash two hyphens is cited with the number placed before the dash begins Beginning with 1 each number follows in sequential order from page to page regardless of whether they are footnotes or endnotes Superscripted numbers can be created in Microsoft Word Superscripting Numbers with Microsoft Word Select Font on the tool bar Format drop down menu and open the Font tab Select the same font size and style used in the rest of your document Select automatic for black or another color choice from the Font color menu Check the Superscript option in the Effects section Click OK return to your document and insert your superscript number Once inserted you must

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  • Examples of Notes & Bibliography Formatting Rules
    of Notes Bibliography Formatting Rules 1 Superscript Number Placed at the End of a Sentence Note In this case superscript number 1 is an implied reference indicating that the origin of the source material will be found in a footnote or endnote Writing your way out is how you escape the Penguin Room 1 2 Superscript Number Placed after a Clause Note In this case superscript number 3 is an express reference It includes an author tag or attribute naming the origin of the source material Calderazzo s Find the Penguin Room solution 3 the curious and unexpected response to one of the basic questions many beginning writers ask is introduced in the first chapter 3 Superscript Number Placed before an em dash in a Sentence Note In this case superscript number 5 implies a reference specific to that part of the sentence which precedes the em dash What kind of person brings a penguin collection to the broiling slickrock desert 5 a simple enough question is the type of thing that triggers the instinctual curiosity of a seasoned freelance writer 4 Two or More Superscript Numbers in One Sentence Note In this case superscript number 7 references the source

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  • Documenting Sources Using Numbered Notes & A Bibliography
    CMS Directory of Notes Bibliography Formatting Rules Examples of How to Arrange Notes Bibliography Entries Additional Resources Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Citation Guide Chicago Manual of Style Notes System Documenting Sources Using Numbered Notes A Bibliography The end documentation in the CMS note system is called a Notes page It is a list located at the end of a document or book containing all the bibliographic information needed to find out more about cited source material Each note is called an endnote The Notes page is a selective bibliography and does not include a full accounting of sources related to or consulted before you began writing your document but only those actually cited In the case of a limited number of citations footnotes at the bottom of each page may replace the endnotes In addition to bibliographic information each note may contain content that is indirectly relevant to your topic but which may be tangentially interesting or useful to your reader your research challenges conflicting evidence and disagreements among experts for instance would fall into this category Proper CMS documentation depends on the Notes page Without it the in text numbers would make little sense

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  • CMS Notes Page Formatting rules
    Notes Page Formatting rules CMS Notes Page formatting rules call for the end documentation to begin on a new page at the end of your document and be numbered accordingly If your document is 6 pages long the Notes page should begin on page 8 When footnotes replace endnotes separate them from the body text with a triple space or a twelve space bar line beginning flush left and then apply the same formatting rules as for endnotes Note Unless informed otherwise you can count on your instructor not counting the Notes page in the total page count of an eight page assignment The Notes page formatting rules are as follows The title Notes should be centered one inch from the top of the first page Double space between the title and first entry and all subsequent entries Arrange entries numerically not alphabetically Individual entries should be formatted in the following way Indent the first line of each entry five spaces from the left margin the normal tab button default space Subsequent lines are flush left Number each entry consecutively following their initial in text order of appearance Each number should be followed by a period and one space Page

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  • CMS Bibliography Formatting Rules
    Additional Resources Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Citation Guide Chicago Manual of Style Notes System CMS Bibliography Formatting Rules CMS Bibliography formatting rules differ significantly from the Notes rules The title Bibliography replaces the word Notes at the top of the page Numbers are omitted altogether and entries are arranged alphabetically last name first instead of numerically The five space indentation rule is also reversed The

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  • Examples of How to Arrange Notes & Bibliography Entries
    34 4 Joe Schmoe Passing Race A Canadian Magazine 71 1929 34 Bibliography Example Parsons Elsie Clews Folk Lore of the Sea Islands South Carolina 1923 Reprint Chicago Afro Am Press 1969 Passing Race A Canadian Magazine 71 1929 34 Peterkin Julia Black April Indianapolis Bobbs Merrill Co 1927 Joe Schmoe Passing Race A Canadian Magazine 71 1929 34 2 Author Name Included in Source Title Notes Example Note Autobiographies Collected Letters and Editions of Complete Works often include the author s name in the title In such cases the citation can begin with the title of the work Both the author name and title must be included in the bibliography 5 The Collected Poems of W B Yeats New York Macmillan 1977 31 Bibliography Example Yeats W B The Collected Poems of W B Yeats New York Macmillan 1977 3 Author of One Work is First Co Author of Another Notes Example Note Single author works always precede co authored works Shor Ira Culture Wars School and Society in the Conservative Restoration 1969 1982 Boston Routledge and K Paul 1986 55 Shor Ira and Paul Friere A Pedagogy of Liberation Dialogues on Transforming Education New York Bergin and Garvey 1987 112 115 4 Multiple Works by Same Author Using three em Dashes Notes Example Note The three em dash serves the same purpose as ditto marks When an author appears consecutively associated with different titles a three em dash may replace the name after the first entry 7 Julia Peterkin Black April Indianapolis Bobbs Merrill 1927 48 8 Scarlet Sister Mary Indianapolis Bobbs Merrill 1928 92 5 Source Quoted in another Source Note Both sources are cited in the same note In this case the format combines both the elements for citing a Book Review with elements for citing

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  • Citing Sources within Your Paper (Using In-Text Numbering)
    Science Editors Citation Sequence System Citing Sources within Your Paper Using In Text Numbering The CSE Citation Sequence in text citation system is simple It relies on numbers Unlike the Name Year system no parenthetical information is required All that s needed is a superscripted number a raised numeral located at the end of a clause or sentence identifying the content as outside source material The superscripted number flags the

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  • In-Text Numbering Rules
    clause or sentence There is no space between the punctuation and the numeral Source material located in the first part of a sentence separated by an em dash two hyphens is cited with the number placed before the dash begins Beginning with 1 each number follows in sequential order from page to page When citing a previously mentioned source use the first number assigned to the source When referring to more than one source separate the numbers using commas When referring to a source cited in another source use the phrase cited in The data 12 cited in 8 collected in the third month of study Superscripted numbers can be created in Microsoft Word How to Superscript Numbers with Microsoft Word 2007 or later Select the number you want to superscript Click on the superscript icon located in the font box x 2 Click on the superscript icon again to return to normal font How to Superscript Numbers with Microsoft Word 2003 or earlier Select Font on the tool bar Format drop down menu and open the Font tab Select the same font and style used in the rest of your document Select a font size one or two points

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