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How to make chicago style citations and citation page in libreoffice? [closed]

asked 2014-05-04 22:38:40 +0100

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Where do I find the different citation styles in the libre office controls? Or do you have to enter them in manually? I am looking for chicago style, microsoft office has these formats preloaded and I was looking for the same in libre.

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answered 2014-05-06 10:16:11 +0100

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Citations in LibreOffice are managed under Bibliographies. You will find that Chapter 12 of the LibO Writer Guide gives extensive help in this area. There are also a number of useful questions in tagged with bibliography. LibO follows the predefined citation entries styled by "The Modern Language Association", but of course you can modify these entries. There are a number of entry types already predefined some of which will be similar to Microsoft Chicago Style.

The entries for bibliography can be found under INSERT > INDEXES AND TABLES > BIBLIOGRAPHY ENTRY. The entries can either be held in the document concerned or held in a separate data base... Peter

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