I am using customising a version of the Harvard - Anglia* Bibliography style for use at Cardiff medical School (they want all the authors with Full Stops on Initials - no et al)! I have some questions about how it all works and I'll
post another discussion for a response. However, the Referencing Style Guide from Cardiff's website says that typical style of citing are:
"It has been argued (Scully 2006, p. 7) that the main considerations are..."
"It has been argued by Scully (2006, p. 7) that the main considerations are..."
But when I insert a citation into a Word 2007 document, it
always puts in the first citation style. ie I end up with:
"It has been argued by Scully (Scully 2006, p. 7) that the main considerations are..."
This means I can only cite in one way. Obviously, I can cite manually, but that seems to negate the whole point of the bibliography. I know I can change the citation style in the .XSL file to exclude that author, but that means I can only cite
in the other style. So how can I create a choice of citation such as:
either (Scully 2006, p. 7) or Scully (2006, p. 7)
Any advice on how to define and select the appropriate style?