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Copying and Pasting Source Citations
Posted by: Ginger Smith (ID *****6347) Date: December 19, 2012 at 12:02:42
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What is the difference between pasting duplicate source citations and Pasting a Link to Source Citation? I want to copy a citation to a new fact, but then in the new fact, I want to add a new note to it. I have been using the Paste Duplicate source citation feature, but found when I add my note, it is adding the note to all of the citations linked to the one I originally copied. How do I get around this?

Thanks
Ginger


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