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Microsoft KB Archive/105746

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WD6X: Mark Citation Finds Partial Words

Q105746



The information in this article applies to:


  • Microsoft Word for Windows, version 6.0
  • Microsoft Word for the Macintosh, version 6.0





SUMMARY

The Mark Citation command in Word finds partial words if they match those used to indicate case names. For example, it will find any part of a word that matches "v.", "in re", "Ibid", "Sess.", or other abbreviations commonly found in citations. There is no way of searching for whole words only, as there is under the Edit Find command.



MORE INFORMATION

In the following phrase, Word will find "In re" and "v.", even though they are not complete words:

In reviewing rev. number three...

The Mark Citation command is found by clicking Index And Tables on the Insert menu, and then clicking the Table of Authorities tab.

Additional query words:

Keywords : winword macword word6
Issue type : kbinfo
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Last Reviewed: November 4, 2000
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