note: updated with how to add page numbers.
For most referencing the most common used is the Harvard standard and the most common used word processor used is Microsoft Word however, Microsoft Word does not come with Harvard referencing as standard. This How To is mostly sourced from here and is a shortened version to do this one task.
So, how to get Harvard referencing in Microsoft Word 2007:
- Download the 'BibWord styles' from here, listed under 'Recommended Download'.
- From that file extract the 'HarvardLeeds' file (I have found this one to cover the most of my references).
- Copy the file to to your Bibliography/Style/ folder. Something like C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\Bibliography\Style\
- Select the reference style in Word 2007 from the 'References' tab then Style:
note: To add page numbers right click on the citation (or use the little blue arrow) and choose “Edit Citation”. In the little dialog that appears, you can add the page number.
It has been suggested (Moore, Estrich, McGillis, & Spelman, 1984, p. 142) that offenders ...