MLA: Labels, captions, and supply information
Pictures look straight embedded into the document, except when you look at the full situation of manuscripts which can be being ready for book. (For planning manuscripts with artistic materials for publication, see Note on Manuscripts below.) Each example must come with a label, a true number, a caption and/or source information.
- The example label and number must always come in two places: the document tagext that is maine.g. see fig. 1) and close to the example itself (Fig. 1).
- Captions offer titles or explanatory records.
- Supply information documents will constantly rely on the medium for the supply example.