Citation tools automate formatting references.
There are several citation tools that work with Chicago:
If you do use these tools, be sure to review your results carefully. You are responsible for the accuracy of your paper's citations.
Always refer to the Chicago Manual for definitive information.
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In Word 2010, you can add sources and citations, place citation holders, add in-text citations, and generate bibliographies.
Word 2010 formats in Chicago.
Most of Bishop Library's databases provide cite links.
EBSCO databases format in the Chicago style. To format references in EBSCO databases, click on the article title. The full article record will come up, and you'll see icons on the right.
Click on the yellow cite icon. Copy the formatted citation, and paste it into your document.
Format multiple saved citations in your folder, when you print/save/email:
All three websites format in the Chicago style. Each formats one citation at a time; you'll need to key in the information.
Regarding the Chicago style, there are two different versions.