Every idea used in your writing that you read somewhere else, even if you do not use it word for word, requires a footnote!

Otherwise you are guilty of plagiarism.  Microsoft Word makes creating a bibliography simple. It provides good Help, and there are plenty of other tutorials on the web for footnotes and bibliographies.  If you aren't 100% sure, read a few of them. 

Remember, just as you searched (Google and others), so can I.  I the wording of work submitted by a student does not seem typical of Union County College students, it will be used as a search term.  Material in work submitted by a student that comes from the web (or any other source) that is not attributed to the source is in violation of the U.C.C. Academic Integrity code.

Automatic Footnote & Bibliography entry creation using forms Discussion of how to properly create Footnotes & Bibliography entries
Footnotes
  1. Type the word that are a quote
  2.  Immediately put in the footnote (so it is right after, no space, the quote)
  3. Get the automatic superscripted number
    In Word 2007 click on Insert Footnote on the Reference Ribbon..
    bulletIn Word 2003 document use the
    bulletInsert menu
    bulletReference
    bulletFootnote
  4. Word will put the footnote number in the document and the same number on the bottom of the page where it will stop waiting for you to type the footnote.
  5. Type in the proper format or insert the footnote text using the following tools to generate it;
    bulletcarnum - keeps sources online, creates bibliographies and footnotes  
    bullet Citation Machine also lets you put in to sources and facts and put it all in the right format
    bullet Bibliography Citation BuilderSourceAid builds bibliography citations
    for free, but it costs for footnotes
    ($20/yr, $3 for 2 weeks)
    bullet NoodleTools has a $8 subscription fee

Bibliography

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In Word 2007, Use the Reference Ribbon Word Ribbon tab and Insert a Citations for each source.  When Citations Inserted, they are stored in the Master List, which resides on the local computer (the PC your are currently using) ONLY.  To move them to the current list select Manage sources and then they will be stored with the document.

bulletIn Word 2003, word provide NO help so
If possible, use Answers.com because at the very bottom of the page there are cite links that provide perfectly formatted MLA (or other format) bibliography entry.
bulletcarnum - keeps sources online, creates bibliographies and footnotes Easy Bib automatically creates MLA citations
bullet Citation Machine also lets you put in
to sources and facts
and put it all in the right format
bullet MLA and APA bibliography formattingprovides bibliography- has one week free trial, - no footnotes
bullet Bibliography Citation BuilderSourceAid builds bibliography citations
for free, but it costs for footnotes
($20/yr, $3 for 2 weeks)
bullet NoodleTools  $8 subscription fee

 

bullet Footnote/Endnote Citation Form: A Short Guide by Steve Volk
bulletNoodletoools has a great FAQ on how to cite unusual sources like MP3!
bullet Northfield Mount Hermon School shows how Footnotes and Bibliography entries are formatted in Chicago (bibliography has same format as footnotes with these two exceptions: 1:List authors in alphabetical order by last names followed by their first names. 2 Omit page numbers. )
bulletFor APA Purdue's Writing Lab has footnotes and much more
bullet Univeristy of Toronto gives MLA and APA formatting rules and examples

Atomic Learning charges but has some good free tutorials like footnotes

bullet MLA FOOTNOTING:  Electronic Sources from Dawson College Learning Center - to the point
bullet Research Guide is a great resource with lots of examples.
bulletWord 2007 Instructions
bullet Florida Gulf Coast
bullet University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
bullet Microsoft on Footnotes