Use these tips to help format your Word documents properly. Tips cover keyboard shortcuts for Mac and PC, info on footnotes and cross references, and using non-breaking spaces to keep characters on a line together.
Also, note, if you are unfamiliar with the typeface small caps:
Properly inserting cross-references for supra and infra citations will allow you to easily update all of these citations at any time while drafting your Note or Comment, even after you have added numerous additional footnotes. This is a much more efficient method of updating footnote numbers in supra and infra citations than manually changing each of them individually.
Inserting a cross reference:
Updating all cross references in a document:
Non-breaking spaces should be used between the periods in ellipses ( . . . ), after section symbols (§), and after volume numbers in journal and book citations. Non-breaking spaces ensure that the text remains together on one line.
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