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Old October 12th 08, 04:33 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
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I am undertaking a legal course at university that uses the Australian guide
to legal citation as such i would like to know how i can use this style in
word 2007, i have noticed that word 2007 has citation use for the APA
standard but not for legal styles
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Old October 12th 08, 06:28 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
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On 12 okt, 17:33, Dodge1571
wrote:
I am undertaking a legal course at university that uses the Australian guide
to legal citation as such i would like to know how i can use this style in
word 2007, i have noticed that word 2007 hascitationuse for theAPA
standard but not for legal styles


Word 2007 only comes with a limited set of styles. It is up to people
who define a set of reference guidelines to actually implement a
stylesheet so the style can be used in Word 2007. Be it the
limitations of the Word 2007 bibliographic tools or the technology
unaware bureaucrats defining the reference guidelines, the fact is,
there are almost no extra bibliographic styles available for Word
2007.

If the style you require is an endnote style rather than a footnote
one, you could try to create a stylesheet for the bibliography
yourself. It's not that easy, but you can get some pointers in here on
how to do it.

If the style you require is a footnote style, the tools coming with
Word 2007 are of no use to you. You will have to either switch to a
third-party tool such as Endnote or do everything manually.

Yves
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http://www.codeplex.com/bibliography
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Old October 13th 08, 05:26 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
p0
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On 12 okt, 19:28, p0 wrote:
On 12 okt, 17:33, Dodge1571
wrote:

I am undertaking a legal course at university that uses the Australian guide
to legalcitationas such i would like to know how i can use this style in
word 2007, i have noticed that word 2007 hascitationuse for theAPA
standard but not for legal styles


Word 2007 only comes with a limited set of styles. It is up to people
who define a set of reference guidelines to actually implement a
stylesheet so the style can be used in Word 2007. Be it the
limitations of the Word 2007 bibliographic tools or the technology
unaware bureaucrats defining the reference guidelines, the fact is,
there are almost no extra bibliographic styles available for Word
2007.

If the style you require is an endnote style rather than a footnote
one, you could try to create a stylesheet for thebibliography
yourself. It's not that easy, but you can get some pointers in here on
how to do it.

If the style you require is a footnote style, the tools coming with
Word 2007 are of no use to you. You will have to either switch to a
third-party tool such as Endnote or do everything manually.

Yves
--http://www.codeplex.com/bibliography


I have to correct myself. After doing some testing, it appears that it
is possible to put citations in footnotes. So you wouldn't need a
third-party tool for that. The style seems to be inherited from the
footnote style, but apart from that, I don't see any issues with it.

Yves
--
http://www.codeplex.com/bibliography
 




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