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When you are in a document, highlight the text, then right click your mouse. That will open up a menu with the option to copy with reference. You click on that, and you will get a message that the text was copied. Then you just go into a word processing document, and do a paste. Then the text you copied along with the citation will be pasted in the word processing document at the bottom of the page.
Note: This is not in APA or MLA format, it is in "Standard" format...so you will need to put it in the format you are using. "Standard" according to Westlaw is a type of general formatting that is designed to provide enough information to work as a citation if someone needed it, but for exact style, refer to the appropriate citation manual.
Updated by Rhonda Fisher