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As shown in the image below (upper right corner), we must put a surname before the page number according to MLA format guidelines. However, I am now working on a document that I and two others have collaboratively produced. We all put in the same amount of effort, so I cannot just put one name on there.

Do I just put three surnames before the page number? Should I just randomly choose one person's name? Or can I not put any name before the page number?

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  • Alphabetic order could work if it makes your name last. Otherwise, Senior first. Otherwise, team name or other invention that groups the group. Oct 19 '20 at 0:15

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