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The body of your paper contains the text that makes up the majority of the document. Use the annotated example below as a formatting guide. For additional parts like tables and figures, use APA's Student Paper Setup Guide (7th edition)
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Publishers impose strict rules on how citations and bibliographies appear. Bookends provides an intuitive format editor with which you can use or modify the hundreds we already ship, or create your own.
When you write a college paper, your professor may ask you to use the APA Style. This is a standard way to format the look of your paper and your references. These instructions refer to the newest 7th edition of the APA Style manual (2020). ________________________________________________________________________________
The Basic APA 7th edition paper format (below) tells you briefly how to set it up so it looks like this. There is also a workshop and brochure on APA 7th in the CAS Writing & Citing guide. For more detailed instructions, please see the Complete Student Paper Setup Guide, 7th ed. from APA.
If you need more help working with Word documents, there is also a new simplified Basic APA 7th template Word document (see below) which you can download and save under your own name, and type your paper into. Click the 6th link below, then download the APA 7 Basic Paper Template and save it to your computer or cloud storage so you don't lose your work. It is already formatted following the guidelines below:
You may occasionally need to edit a citation you inserted with Zotero--to add page numbers, prefix or suffix information, or to omit the author's name, for example. To do this, click within the text of the citation (or the footnote, depending on the style you're using). The citation should become highlighted in gray--this means you're ready to edit. Now, from the Zotero tools menu in Word, select the button or menu item for Add/Edit Citation or Zotero Edit Citation. This will bring up the insert citation dialog you saw when inserting the citation.
If you see a Red Search Bar, click on the reference you need to edit, and then enter any necessary information in the popup that appears. Hit enter to accept the changes, then hit enter again to insert them.
You can save this template in Microsoft Word (IRSC students, download Office for free, see a librarian if you need help). Above is a template you can use every time you need to set-up a research paper using APA style format. Simply open the template and type your own information every time you need to write an APA style research paper.
Already started your paper, without a "running head", and want to insert one? Watch this 1 minute 40 second demo. If you don't like watching videos, download the PDF with step-by-step instructions (PDF is also in the box to the left).
Change the formatting of citations that have already been written to APA by selecting Tools from the menu bar, followed by Citations. A citation format sidebar will appear on the right side of the screen. Select APA from the drop-down menu to have Google Docs change your citation format accordingly.
You should not attempt to edit citations or bibliography entries by typing directly in Word. If any reference information needs to be changed it should be changed in Mendeley and the bibliography reinserted.
To install EndNote 20, double click on the EndNote20.exe file downloaded from the above link; this will create two new files, EN20Inst.msi and License.dat. Double click on EN20Inst.msi to start the install. The license.dat file must be present in the same folder.
EndNote is software that enables you to store and manage references, and use these to format citations and bibliographies in documents, in many different styles. EndNote is available for installing on campus or the files are available to be downloaded to install on your own PC or MAC. You will be required to login.
Format: if you upgrade EndNote on your home computer to version X9.3 or 20 your EndNote library will be converted to a new format that is not compatible with earlier versions of EndNote. If you need to use EndNote on an X9.3 or 20 installation, and also on another earlier version (e.g. on a UC computer), you can keep the two libraries in sync with each other by using EndNote Online as a link. Have a look at the EndNote Online tab above.
A raw file contains the "raw" data captured by the digital camera sensor before it has been converted to JPEG or TIFF formats. Cameras that create JPEG or TIFF files process (and in the case of JPEG files, compress) the sensor data. When working with raw files, the file is not compressed or processed in the camera. Instead, software gives the user complete control over the conversion settings. For example, white balance is not applied to the raw file but is stored with the file so the software can default to the originally-intended setting. Other information contained in a DNG file includes standard EXIF metadata (just like in JPEG files), date, time, camera used, and camera settings.
Digital Negative (DNG) is an openly published raw file specification that stores the "raw" pixel data captured by the digital camera sensor before it has been converted to JPEG or TIFF formats, along with standard EXIF metadata, date, time, camera used, and camera settings. This format is freely available for other software and hardware vendors to support.
Unlike most manufacturer-specific raw formats, the Digital Negative is an openly published specification that not only is supported by Adobe, but is also freely available for other software and hardware vendors to support. Consequently, it can be a safer file format to use for long-term archival purposes. Archiving your file as a digital negative eliminates worries that the raw file will no longer be readable once the camera format that created it becomes obsolete.