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Figure 2-1 Example Figure
References in Text.
Identify documents referenced in UFC text by publication number only. Document titles
normally will not be cited in the text; locate full titles of references according to
paragraph 2-1.3.2. When references are issued without number identifiers, include their
titles in the text in italics according to the examples in this UFC. Do not use UFC to
republish material available from another source. Information extracted from other
publications for inclusion in a UFC must not exceed one page in length. Present such
extracted material in quotation marks, indented one-half inch from both right and left
margins, and provide appropriate references.
Use a footnote to give credit for a legal citation, copyrighted, or quoted material. Identify
the footnote with an Arabic superscript number or asterisk. Number footnotes
consecutively throughout the UFC. If the UFC is divided into chapters, number the first
footnote in each chapter as "1." Then number the other footnotes consecutively
throughout the chapter. Place footnotes at the bottom of the same page containing the
referenced text, separating them from the main text by a hairline rule.
In addition to the bullet style shown in Figures 2-3 and 2-4, bullets can be alphabetical
or numerical. Choose a bullet style that is appropriate to the context of the material
being presented; e.g., use alphabetical or numerical bullets when listing steps that must
be followed in order.