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Can I Use a Citation To Retrieve a Document?
From the HeinOnline Welcome Page, click the Citation tab:
Enter a citation and click Search to be directed to the exact page in HeinOnline. For example, if you have the citation 131 Harv. L. Rev. 685, enter the citation as is:
If you are not sure of the citation format, click Citation Format Guide and 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:
As the main search bar and its tabbed options remain stationary, this tool can be accessed from anywhere in HeinOnline. If a collection has its own citation navigator, a Citation Navigator link will appear underneath the main search bar, or the citation navigator itself will be displayed prominently on the collection home page.
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