Using the Study Skills options to
create a Bibliography and more…
Texthelp has a feature that allows
you to instantly create a
Bibliography from multiple sources
that you have highlighted
(Works best with Internet Explorer)
‘Texthelp Read Write
Gold’ - can be found on
most computers in DIT.
Look for this icon on the
Where can I find it?
First, you have to select the
correct Texthelp toolbar.
Just click on the dropdown arrow
beside the word Texthelp on the
Now go to ‘Current Toolbar’ and
then a new window appears.
Click on ‘Study Skills Features’ and
click on it.
The key features here
are the four colour high
lighter pens (yellow,
blue, green and pink).
And the ‘Collect
is also needed.
Plan your highlights
Have a plan with your
colours as Texthelp
will order them for
you in the end.
Open up Internet Explorer and begin
to explore Websites for quotes and
When you find some useful text, select
it and then click on the ‘Highlight
Colour’ and the selected text changes
So just explore websites and
documents and highlight the text
that is appropriate and keep the
colour code in mind.
Tip- have the sheet with the colours
and the paragraphs they correspond
to beside you. This will keep you
When you have selected text from multiple
sites and they have been coloured, then click
on the ‘Collect Highlights’ feature.
This pop up window appears. Take
your time to read your options.
Try the different options
to see their effects.
Note the tick box for the
‘Collect highlights from
Then note the tickbox to
include the bibliography
and the format i.e. APA,
MLA and Harvard. Select
the correct one for your
Texthelp will automatically open a Word document
and insert the text and bibliography.
Just a few last details to do but this
is a good start with your assignment.
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