To format a footnote or an endnote
Indicate research material in the text of your paper using MS Word's Insert/Reference/Footnote function to place a superscript number outside the final period of a summary or paraphrase. For direct quotations, place the superscript number outside the final quotation marks.
Beginning with the 7th edition Turabian manual, the number that precedes the footnote/endnote is NOT formatted in superscript and is followed by a period. After you have inserted the superscript number in your text, delete Word's default superscript number in the corresponding footnote/endnote box, and type in the appropriate number followed by a period.
The first line of a footnote/endnote is indented five spaces, or one tab space, and each subsequent line is flush with the left-hand margin.
The name of the author is not reversed and is separated from the title of the author's text by a comma rather than period. There is no punctuation between the title and the publishing information.
Footnote/endnote numbers are sequential throughout the paper.
Footnotes appear at the bottom of the page.
Endnotes appear on a page entitled Endnotes at the end of the paper before the Bibliography.
To format bibliographic entries
At the top of your bibliography page, center the word Bibliography, and then double-space to start your first entry.
Each entry is listed in alphabetical order by the author's last name.
The first time of each entry is flush with the left-hand margin, and each subsequent line is indented 1/2 inch.
Use MS Word's Format Paragraph function to select hanging indentation.
Different elements of an entry are separated by periods, followed by one pace.
Single-space entries, but double-space between entries.