a Table of Authorities
the cite in the body of your document. Click in the upper “Short
Form” box under “Create Authority” the selected cite
from your document will appear in the “Short Form” box. Select
the type of “Authority” from the drop-down list , for example,
"Federal Cases" and click on “Create.” A new dialogue
box will appear. Edit the citation so that it appears on screen exactly
as you wish it to appear in your TOA. When finished click on “Close.”
Repeat once for each citation, use the Reveal Codes window to make sure
you do not highlight any extra formatting codes.
4. For each
cite in the body of the document, you must create a TOA entry. Highlight
a full cite in the text. Select any duplicate cite in the document and
using the lower half of the open menu listed as “Mark Authority”
select the appropriate “Short Form” from the drop-down list
and click on “Mark.” In the Reveal Codes window, a code labeled
"TOA" will appear. Repeat for each duplicate citation.
the cursor in your document where you would like the list of authorities
for a specific source to appear.
6. Type the
name of the source as you normally would when creating at TOA, then type
in two hard returns (your Enter button). Click "Define." Highlight
the source in the list, then click "Insert." "<<
Table of Authorities will generate here >>" will appear in
your document. Repeat this step for each type of source you cite.
7. When you
want the TOA to be created or updated, click "Generate" on the
TOA Toolbar. Note, the Generate command will also generate the TOC at
the same time.
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