Bibliography citation styles

Bibliography styles create a consistent way of citing the sources in your document. Microsoft Office Word 2007 provides several of the most common citation style formats. These are available on the References tab in the Citations & Bibliography group.

Choose the style format that is required by the instructor or the publisher of the written material that you are presenting. When you insert a citation in your Office Word 2007 document, Word provides the correct inline format for your citation. Word then provides the associated bibliography style when you generate the bibliography from the sources that you cited.

Bibliography citation styles

Abbreviation Style name
APA American Psychological Association
Chicago The Chicago Manual of Style
GB7714 Standardization Administration of China
GOST - Name Sort The Federal Agency of the Russian Federation on Technical Regulating and Metrology
GOST - Title Sort The Federal Agency of the Russian Federation on Technical Regulating and Metrology
ISO 690 - First Element and Date International Organization for Standardization
ISO 690 - Numerical Reference International Organization for Standardization
MLA Modern Language Association
SIST02 Standards for Information of Science and Technology by Japan Science and Technology Agency
Turabian Turabian Style
 
 
Applies to:
Word 2007