Introduction to Mendeley Citation Software
If you are a researcher, lecturer, or student, you will definitely be faced with making…
Citation and Bibliography are the most important thing if you want to write good quality papers. However, sometimes this part is what makes you lazy. Because write the bibliography manually can waste a lot of time. Also, it is very inconvenient if you have to enter citation one by one in your paper.
But now you don’t need to worry, because there are already lots of citation software to write citations and references that you can use. One of them is Mendeley. If you are still not familiar with Mendeley, you can check the article about Introduction to Mendeley Citation Software.
The following article will explain how to display citations and bibliography on Microsoft Word uses Mendeley. But, before making a citation using Mendeley, makes sure that Mendeley is already installed on your Microsoft Word. If not, you can see the guideline How to Install the Mendeley Desktop and Microsoft Word Citation Plugin.
To Insert Citation or enter citation follow these steps:
However, if you do not remember the title of the paper or the name of the author correctly, you can select articles directly by looking for the paper you want to cite in Mendeley by:
After completing the citation, we can enter the bibliography automatically. Follow the steps below to display the Bibliography.
For your information, Mendeley has many citation styles, one of them that often used is IEEE, American Psychological Association (APA), Harvard, Modern Language Association (MLA), and Nature.
Here I give an example of types of citation styles. I use the American Psychological Association 6 (APA 6) that can be seen in Figure 4 and Figure 5.
Another example of using the IEEE style could be seen in Figure 6 and Figure 7.
That’s the way to do citations using Mendeley. Hopefully useful and good luck.