I see a citation in the footnote of the text I am viewing, how do I view the cited material?

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I see a citation in the footnote of the text I am viewing, how do I view the cited material?


Maximize your research time by cross-referencing various titles in HeinOnline. When browsing in HeinOnline, you may see citations highlighted in blue.  This means the cited material is available in HeinOnline and the citation will contain a direct link to the page allowing you to jump to the cited material with the click of a mouse.

For example, from within volume 115, page 119 in the Yale Law Journal, there are citations to 5 other Law Journals.  The 5 Law Journals cited are available in HeinOnline, therefore you can click on any of the citations and it will link you directly to the cited page.

This feature allows you to quickly cross-reference multiple titles in HeinOnline reducing the amount of time it would take to search for each citation in each corresponding library.

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