August 24, 2015

2010 Microsoft Bibliography Builder

To insert a bibliography using the Bibliography tool, you must first enter references and sources, which can be done simultaneously.
Step 1:
Open your document in Microsoft Word 2010 and click on the References tab.
Locate the Review tab in your 2010 Word Document
Step 2:
Place your cursor where you would like the citation inserted. Select your style of references in the Style menu, shown in the screenshot below.
Place your cursor where you would like to insert a citation
Step 3:
In the screenshot below, APA Fifth Edition is shown in the Style menu. Click on the Insert Citation button to produce the drop-down menu shown below, and select Add New Source.
Select your writing style
Step 4:
A Create Source window will appear. Choose the source type from the drop-down menu.
Create a resource to insert
Step 5:
Enter the source information in the fields provided and click OK.
Fill-out the source information
Step 6:
In the screenshot below, note that a reference has been entered. Follow Steps 2–5 to insert your remaining references.
Fill-out the source information
Step 7:
Once you have entered all references and sources, place your cursor at the end of your document. The bibliography will be inserted wherever you place the cursor.
Click on the Bibliography button, shown below, and select either Bibliography or Works Cited.
The bibliography will be inserted wherever you place the cursor
Step 8:
To update the bibliography after entering new sources, click anywhere on the bibliography table. Click on Update Citations and Bibliography.
Update your sources by clicking on Update Citations and Bibliography
In the screenshot below, notice that a bibliography has been inserted into the document.
Bibliography has been updated