References with Microsoft Word 2016

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Video duration: 17:58
This video shows how to use the Microsoft Word Reference Manager to store and manage references, insert citations and insert a Reference List in your documents.

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3 thoughts on “References with Microsoft Word 2016

    Mofareah Bin Mohammed

    (January 14, 2018 - 6:03 pm)

    very helpful, thanks

    James Harry

    (January 14, 2018 - 6:03 pm)

    Hi Mosiuoa,
    Just to clarify when i am referencing in my assignments, do i need to have actually taken some information from the article/website etc that i am referencing, or can it just be a reference that "backs up" my statement or argument?

    Cory Robinson

    (January 14, 2018 - 6:03 pm)

    Thank you for this tutorial.
    I wonder if you can answer my question…

    When I/you use the "Bibliography" button to create my/your "References", the word/heading "References" is Blue, left justified and in a completely different font. (Calibri Light, 16 pt.)

    My teachers all say that according to APA, it should be black, centered and Times New Roman, 12 pt.

    I can manually change it for every document, but is there a global setting?
    Also, why does Word want to use that font? Is that somehow OK and my teachers are wrong?

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