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Including hyperlinks to the web source in your references
- Go to the CiteRight tab in the Microsoft Word Ribbon.
- Click on "Preferences."
- Select the Citations tab.
- Find the Source Links section.
- Click the checkboxes to indicate where you would like the hyperlink to be embedded or placed.
Placing the hyperlink in the style of cause
Note: If you had modified the citation at all (changed the hyperlink, short form, pinpoint type, or modified the full citation), you will not be able to hyperlink to the style of cause separately from the primary citation. Make sure to select both "Style of cause" and "Primary citation" to keep the hyperlinks intact.
Placing the link as part of the primary citation
Placing the hyperlink at the end of the reference
If you included a pinpoint in any of your citations, the hyperlink will direct you to the first paragraph you cited in that reference.
Beals v. Saldanha, 2003 SCC 72 at paras 3-7
The system will direct you to paragraph 3 of the web version of that case.