The Chicago 17 'A' style:
- uses footnotes and an alphabetical reference list
- footnotes are used both in text and at the bottom of the page.
Chicago 17 style footnotes:
- are used in-text to mark your citation with a superscript number
- are numbered sequentially throughout your document
- also appear at the bottom of the page
- these notes provide additional information about the in-text footnote
- the notes are placed on the same page as the in-text citation.
- with the first line of all footnote citations indented
Chicago 17 style bibliography:
- references are listed alphabetically by author
- references have a hanging indent (see below bibliography example)
Create a superscript number with a keyboard shortcut:
- Press Ctrl + Shift + ‘+’ (press and hold Ctrl and Shift, then press +).
- Turn the superscript off when finished by pressing the same keyboard shortcut.