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clairebear79
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Can anyone please help. How do i get the reference bit for essays on windows 7. I know it's on word but that's as much as i know.

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Hi,

 

As mentioned above:

 

Click Start,

Click All Prongrams,

Click Microsoft Office Starter,

Double click Word.

 

Good luck

 

 

 

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Hi,

 

At least 3 versions on Word are being used, which is your version ? Probably you are talking about this 'bit":

 

For Word 2003:

 

  http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/inserting-cross-references-HA001186680.aspx

 

For Word 2007 (also 2010):

 

  http://www.fgcu.edu/support/office2007/word/references.asp

 

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Hi Can someone please help i have a pavilion g6 1325sa and ive got two really stupid questions how do i get on word i can only find word pad and 2. how do i get the reference on it for essays.

Thank you

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Hi,

 

Did you pay for the product ? If Yes, please use this:

 

Click Start,

Click All Programs

Locate Microsoft Office & click it, Word should be in there

Double click Word to open it.

 

Your machine may have Office starter, Word is in there too.

 

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i have no idea i cant even find word i can only find word pad im such a dumb dumb when it comes to these things

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Hi,

 

Can you find "Microsoft Office .... " when click "All Programs" ? If Yes, Word should be in there, if No, I can't help. You have to buy the product or use different software such as this (free):

 

  http://www.openoffice.org/download/

 

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dean you are so healpful ive installed office starter what do i do now. I hate computers

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o god sorry thats not you name but you are really helpful

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Hi,

 

As mentioned above:

 

Click Start,

Click All Prongrams,

Click Microsoft Office Starter,

Double click Word.

 

Good luck

 

 

 

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thank you so much i think i can finally start my essay. Thank you for all your help it's been fantastic
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