To cite a reference in MLA and APA you will use PARENTHETICAL CITATIONS.
This means you put the authors last name, and the page number in a set of parenthesis at the end of the sentence you are citing. Change the bibliography style from the REFERENCES tab.
To insert a footnote reference mark: From the HOME tab, in the Editing group at the far right, click REPLACE.
A dialog box will pop up and ask for the word you want to replace and what you want to replace it with. Click on the number of words in the status bar at the bottom of the window.
HEADER - text that is printed 1/2 inch from the top of every page of a document FOOTER - text that is printed 1/2 inch from the bottom of every page of a document The header of an MLA formatted document contains: To create the header click on the INSERT tab.
Click on HEADER, scroll down the list of the gallery.
When you use a footnote you will need to add a NOTE REFERENCE MARK or a superscribed number (a number that is raised above the rest of the text)to signify a note exists.
A FOOTNOTE is a note that is located at the bottom of the page that has been referenced.
As such, an MLA-style page header is simple, including only the author's last name and the page number on the right margin.
It can be set up on common word processing programs in only a few simple steps.