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From: Don Zochert <>
Subject: Re: [GENBOX] Text formatting in source field
Date: Sat, 31 Jan 2004 16:15:10 -0600
Paul J. Harris wrote:
> [DOC SUBJECT] entry, [DOC TITLE]<, [ITAL][SOURCE TITLE][ITAL0]><, [SOURCE
> QUALIFIER]> ([PUB PLACE]<: [PUBLISHER]><, [DOC ORIGINAL DATE]>)<, online
> [SOURCE LOCATER]>. Original data: State of California. [ITAL]California
> Death Index, 1940-1997.[ITAL0] Sacramento, California: State of California
> Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics, 19--.
That's basically what I'm looking for, except I'd like to have a generic
online database source template instead of a separate source template
for each online database. To that end, everything after the [SOURCE
LOCATER] element in your example would have to be contained in another
source element, and I guess [SOURCE NOTES] is the logical candidate even
though I don't like the fact that you then have to enter source data on
two tabs rather than one. (Hey, I'd like to see the [SHORT SOURCE TITLE]
moved to the main data entry tab, too.) I was using [SOURCE QUALIFIER]
and trying unsuccessfully to italicize the CDI part of your example.
Italicizing the entire [SOURCE QUALIFIER] element of course did no good.
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