Adding Smart Bibliography Citations In Word

bibliographyWord already has some pretty neat citation and bibliography features built in, but if you don't mind getting grubby with a little XML, you can make it even more efficient.

At the official Word blog, intern Nathan Kwan runs down how to create conditional bibliography styles, a useful way of ensuring that references are formatted correctly and consistently. This approach requires a fair bit of style-tweaking, so it might be overkill for smaller projects, but it's a potential godsend if you're working on a thesis.

Bibliography & Citations 102 – Building Custom styles [The Microsoft Office Word Team's Blog]


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