Answered By: Judi Moreno MLS, CAS Literacy Ed. Last Updated: Apr 26, 2017 Views: 20
Yes! In-text references are built into the body of your research paper, they tell your instructor which resource (reference) you used to get your information. Hence the term 'in-text'. Its easy in Noodletools.
Open up your Project
Go to your Sources
On the source you used, pick Options (on the right)
Then pick In-text reference from the drop down menu
NoodleTools then gives an example of what your in-text reference might look like. You'll provide a page number (if you have one) and you can cut and paste into your paper.