APA Referencing In Microsoft Word 2007
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APA Referencing In Microsoft Word 2007



This shows how to create a bibliography and in-text citations within Word 2007, using the APA style guide,

This shows how to create a bibliography and in-text citations within Word 2007, using the APA style guide,



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  • APA Referencing in Microsoft Word 2007
    Brisbane Grammar School Library
  • Why do we need to reference sources of information?
    • To foster the creation of collective knowledge
    • To create academic integrity
    • To protect other people’s intellectual property
    • To reduce the likelihood of plagiarism
  • Open the Reference tab, then select APA from the Style list
    How to Create Your Bibliography
    APA is a set of style rules or guidelines, developed by the American Psychological Association, and used to ensure clear and consistent presentation of written material.
  • 1. Click ‘Manage Sources’
    3. Click here to select which type of resource you are adding, then fill in the details
    2. Click ‘New’ to add in details of sources
  • Highlight a resource to see how it will look as a citation and a bibliography entry
  • Open this section to enter extra details such as volume or edition
  • When you are ready to create your Bibliography, copy the sources you want to the Current List
    You can return at a later date to add more sources to your Master List
  • To see what your final bibliography will look like, click the Bibliography link
  • To alter or update your Bibliography, click in it, then make the changes
    You can change the font style, size or spacing here, or paste in new citations from database articles, then format them to match the APA style.
    Make sure you keep your list in alphabetical order.
  • To insert an in-text reference, first place your cursor at the correct place. Next click ‘Insert Citation’, and select your source.
  • Click on the inserted citation to change its details or to update the whole reference (source details)
  • Created by Cathy Oxley
    Brisbane Grammar School Library
    With sincere thanks to
    Meredith Erbacher
    Anglican Church Grammar School