The Modern Language Association (MLA) style is the most commonly used format for citing research sources in academic writing. Featured below is a tutorial explaining how to properly format Microsoft Word 2007 to MLA style. MLA style formatting demands that a work cited page be included at the end of a research paper. Follow the same format as a print journal, but specify "Web" instead of print after the page numbering, and include the date of access.

Note that the default settings of Microsoft Word 2007 are not in accordance with MLA requirements and must be edited in order to fit this format. For further clarification on how to cite a variety of different source types visit the Writer's Web page on MLA Citation Style; to access a citation generator visit EasyBib.
Note that for the second site you will need to create a user name and password in order to use its services. If you do choose to use a citation generator, be certain to review the citations and correct any mistakes the automatic generator may have made--DO NOT simply copy and paste the information without checking its accuracy.

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