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  • Hi Stephanie,

    when using word, click on References along the top.  In the centre of the tool bar you'll see Manage Sources, Style and Bibliography. The Manage Sources tab will allow you to input your reference data. However, before using the Manage Sources tab, use the Style drop down menu to select what stle of reference you need, for example Harvard. Once you've done that you can use the Manage Source tab to input the information from your source. At the top of this field it'll have a drop down to select where you got your source from, for example, a web page, document, report etc. Select this first as it will dictate what fields you need to fill in. Once you've filled in all the fields save and close. Once this is done, go to where you want your reference or bibliography and selct the relevant one from the drop down menu in the tool bar. Word will then automatically create the reference in the format you asked for i.e. Harvard. It sounds compleicated, but actually once you get the hang of it, it's very quick and easy to use and save's you loads of time and stress. Hope this helps. 

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