APA Citation

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How do I access the citation part of this?

See example:

south carolina code 31-6-10
asked Apr 27 '13 at 23:04 Alison Walker New member

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We are not really sure what you are asking -- that is, what you are referring to when you say "this".

 

If you mean the Grammarly Service, you have asked in the wrong place. This is a forum for discussing English grammar and style. There are no Grammarly employees here. For questions regarding the service, click on the Grammarly Support link at the bottom of this page.

 

The said, in my experience the Grammarly Service does not check or correct citations. There are just too many different citation styles -- Chicago, MLA, APA, AMA, etc -- for software to handle.

 

There are several online citation generators that will help you format your reference to fit a ertain style. You will need to enter your references on by one. Google "online citation generator". Several of these free web services do a FAIR job of creating a properly formated bibliographic citation.

 

Many major university libraries have VERY GOOD citation generators that link to their library catalog. To use these generators, you must have a university account - faculty, staff, or student. The public is allowed to use the University of California, Berkeley system, but you must be using an on-campus omputer.

 

I hope this helps.

link comment answered Apr 28 '13 at 02:55 Jeff Pribyl Grammarly Fellow

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