Is there an easy way to cite, say, a commentary, with an in-text citation (like Chicago 16th in-text)? My current process is quite laborious and I think there must be a better way (Using According 12.1.3). Currently, I have to highlight a relevant passage, copy and paste it into a blank word document, and then take the footnote info that is provided and translate that into an in-text citation for my document.
Often, I am not wanting to quote the commentary, only to credit an idea and indicate my source. So, I don't need to do the cut and paste process, except that this seems to be the only way to produce a footnote that gives me the page number and publisher information.
Someone please tell me that there is an easier way to do this!