Research Tools in Word 2010 for Windows

Word 2010 (Windows)    |    Intermediate
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Professionalize your next research paper by using the research tools in Word 2010. Discover how to insert a bibliography, line numbers, footnotes, and endnotes. Also, explore the the dictionary, thesaurus, and translation tool.


  • Using the dictionary & thesaurus
    Managing your bibliography
    Translating your document
    Inserting line numbers
  • Inserting footnotes
    Customizing your footnotes
    Inserting endnotes


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    Word 2010 features integrated dictionary and thesaurus tools which can be consulted and used to look up definitions and synonyms. It can be very useful if there is a particular word that you are looking for, or if you want to avoid using the same word on multiple occasions. You can even use the thesaurus to find synonyms and related terms in another language. FREE ACCESS
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    If you often have to cite sources or texts, you will find Word 2010's bibliography tool useful. Rather than inserting and reinserting the same references, you can create a database of article, book and text references which can then be inserted whenever you want. Your bibliographical entry has space to hold a huge amount of information, including the title of the work, the author, publisher, and even the document's ISBN. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Translating your document in Word 2010 for Windows
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    If you need to translate your document into another language, Word 2010 comes complete with a series of basic translation tools. These can help you to translate your document or sections of your document. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Inserting line numbers in Word 2010 for Windows
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    If you are working on a poem, academic article or literary work, you may want to insert line numbers. Word 2010 features a tool that will automatically insert and format line numbers. You can manually remove individual line numbers, adjust where they appear in your document and even restart your line numbering on every new page or in every new section. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Inserting footnotes in Word 2010 for Windows
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    Footnotes are used to include additional information that may be of use to the reader but does not necessarily have a place in the main body of your document. Word 2010's footnotes tools can help you to format and manage any footnotes or endnotes that you insert. You can, for example, ensure that your footnote numbering is automatically managed and adjusted, regardless of where you insert your new footnote. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Customizing your footnotes in Word 2010 for Windows
    In Word 2010, you can customize the footnotes and endnotes that you have inserted into your document. You can, for example, adjust your number format and force your numbering to start again on every new page. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Inserting endnotes in Word 2010 for Windows
    3m 48s
    Endnotes are used to store additional information relating to the document that you are working on. Unlike footnotes, this information is stored at the end of the document. Endnotes work in a similar way to footnotes and you can even convert your footnotes into endnotes and vice versa. FREE ACCESS


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