Friday, March 27, 2009

Using the Source Manager Feature in Word 2007

Do you have Word 2007? Are you an English teacher? Are you a teacher that has students do research papers? Are you a teacher taking a graduate class? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the "Source Manager" feature in Word 2007 is for you. Located on the References Tab, the Source Manager enables you to you to add, edit, search for and delete sources used in a research paper. Better yet, once you type the text of the paper, it will allow you to put citations in throughout your paper, as well as create a works cited or bibliography page depending on the style of paper. If all this is confusing , watch the video I made for my Computer classes below.

Source Manager Video (Sorry, no embedded video this week.)

How cool is the Source Manager as a way to organize the sources in a research paper? Very! Hopefully, you enjoyed this topic and it will be a great help to you and your students.


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