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W9 Vocab

Word 2016

Hyperlink A way to jump from one location to another, either within the same document or to an external location.
Hypertext transfer protocol How data is transferred to the external site through the servers
MLA style A style for footnotes and endnotes where the footnote must be single spaced with a hanging indent and double spacing between each footnote, while an endnote is double spaced with a first line indent.
Plagiarism Quoting, paraphrasing, or summarizing outside sources without giving the original author credit
Source Includes all the information about where a specific element of your paper comes from, so the reader can find the original work
Tab leader The symbols that appear between the table of contents topic and the corresponding page number
Table of Authorities A specialized type of bibliography used in legal documents
Table of Contents An ordered list of the headings in a document, along with the page numbers on which the headings are found.
Works Cited A collection of sources that you place at the end of a document
Bibliography Another name for “Works Cited” but only includes books
Bookmark A reference point, a location, or a selection of text that you name and identify for future reference
Caption A line of text that describes an object
Citation A note specifying the source of information
Endnote A note that is placed in a list at the end of the document
Footer A note that is placed in a list at the end of the document
Footnote A note placed at the bottom of a page on which the citation is located
Header A note which appears at the top of a page
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