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Style manuals

The style manuals most often requested at our Reference Desk are below. Online guides to the various style manuals are sometimes created by libraries or by the publishers of the manuals; some of them are listed in Introduction to Documentation Styles from The Writing Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The complete printed editions of each style manual are available in the library's Reference Collection or on Reserve at the Circulation Desk.