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The Write Direction Citation

What is The Write Direction Citation?

The Write Direction Citation software is an application meant to help authors organize their annotations and create properly formatted bibliographic references—citations, in other words. Using the program, one can let the program format the reference by itself, bothering only with the data entry part of the process: supported formats include Chicago, MLA, Turabian, APA and more. More than 1,000 reference formats are actually packed into the program, so users need only select the style they want to get their citations ready for publication.

The program’s annotation technique also makes use of citations for organization. Annotations are linked automatically to the source as well as the original passage for which the note is being made to help users keep their notes straight. Note data is entered into popup dialogue boxes with specified fields.

The program can be set up as an add-on or expansion of an existing word processing program for easy access. Supported programs include Microsoft Word as well as the WordPerfect software, and it becomes accessible through their Tools sections. The program is also able to format quotations and headings’ margins and formatting.

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