Footnotes and Endnotes: Chicago Manual

This report must adhere to CMS guidelines and must be at least 1,000 – 1,150 words (3-5 pages) in length. The report will be titled (no cover pages), typed in 12 point Times New Roman, single-spaced, with 1 inch margins all the way around. Create in-text footnote citations and a bibliography at the end of your document. Effective Writing: A Handbook for Accountants provides information on CMS footnotes and bibliographies on page 153. For more information on CMS, please use the Purdue OWL resource available here: .

c. CMS footnotes or endnotes

This paper must adhere to CMS guidelines and must be at least 1,000 – 1,150 words (3-5 pages) in length. The paper will be titled (no cover pages), typed in 12 point Times New Roman, double-spaced, with 1 inch margins all the way around. Create in-text footnote citations and a bibliography at the end of your document. Effective Writing: A Handbook for Accountants provides information on CMS footnotes and bibliographies on page 153. For more information on CMS, please use the Purdue OWL resource available here: .

CMS Endnote/Footnote Format - UNB

CMS footnotes or endnotes CMS uses footnotes at the bottom of every page to list sources used in the text above. These are an easy and effective way of informing readers of where you got your information and makes it simple for them to make notes on where to find future reading. Footnotes must be numbered across the entire paper (do not start numbering a new page with "1").

For more information on footnotes, please see CMS NB Sample Paper

CMS footnotes are the cornerstone of the citation style, and contain important information and explanations regarding the sources used in the paper.

Chicago/CMS/Turabian Quick Guide - Westminster College