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Can I Use a Citation To Retrieve a Document?
From the HeinOnline Welcome Page
From the HeinOnline Welcome Page, enter your citation and select the citation option.
Once selected, the syntax will show in the search bar.
Hit the Enter key or select the search icon to be brought directly to the page within the citation.
From Advanced Search
If you are not sure of the citation format, click Citation Format Guide found within any Advanced Search option within HeinOnline.
Use the alphabetical index to find the title you need.
Clicking on the title will display the correct Bluebook citation and boxes in which you can enter the volume and page number to find your citation:
If a database has a specific citation navigator, it will be listed within the Advanced Search option. See Federal Register Library Advanced Search as an example.
This will direct users to a database-specific citation navigator where they can enter relevant volume/page numbers.
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