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Create a Bibliography
Create a Bibliography
You can use Word to generate a bibliography for your document, formatting the entries using the
style of your choice: APA, The Chicago Manual of Style, GB7714, GOST – Name Sort, GOST – Title Sort,
Harvard – Anglia, IEEE, ISO 690 – First Element and Date, ISO 690 – Numerical Reference, and so on.
For Word to determine what entries should appear in the bibliography, you must cite sources in your
document as you work. Word then collects the information from these citations to generate the
bibliography. (Note that when you add a source to a document, Word saves it for use in subsequent
documents.)
Create a Bibliography
Add a Citation
1 Click at the end of the sentence or
phrase that contains information
you want to cite.
2 Click the References tab.
3 Click Insert Citation .
4 Click Add New Source .
The Create Source dialog box opens.
5 Click the Type of Source and
select the type of source you want
to cite (here, Journal Article ).
The fields in the Create Source
dialog box change depending on
the source you select.
6 Type the requested information.
7 Click OK.
A Word adds a citation to your
document, and adds the source
to the Insert Citation menu.
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