Before reading this, you might want to check out: Book of Authorities: Overview
Inserting a Table of Authorities (ToA) with CiteRight will insert all of your references in a plain text table without separating them by schedule. This allows you to add/remove the rows/columns as desired. You can insert as many ToAs as you would like.
Keep in mind that, unlike citations, ToAs and BoAs do not automatically update as you work through your document. Therefore, it is recommended to delete and reinsert your ToA any time a change is made in your citations (e.g. references are deleted, inserted, modified, or moved).
Insert a Table of Authorities by clicking the Insert ToA button
By default, CiteRight includes three columns:
- The tab number of where that reference will appear in the Book of Authorities (BoA)
- The name of the case with hyperlinks (hyperlinks can be removed in Preferences)
- The pinpoints associated with each source.
Note: The order of the tab numbers follow the same order your Book of Authorities is set to. To learn how to change the order of references in your PDF, click here.