The Student's Guide to Chicago Style shows how to format and document research papers in the Chicago-Turabian style. The Guide includes style notes on using abbreviations in your text, as well as compound words, numbers, and punctuation. Page layouts show how to format the title page, text pages, tables, and references or footnotes. Three style sheets show how to render reference sources in Chicago RL (author-date) style, Chicago bibliography format, and as endnotes or footnotes. The Guide frequently provides page number references to the Chicago Manual of Style or Turabian Manual for further information. The Student's Guide works with the Windows Help Reader already installed on your system. This provides the ease of navigation of a Web site with the formatting precision of the Windows Help system.
|File Size||645.16 kB|
|Operating System||Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows 2000 Windows Me Windows|
|System Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/2000|