Answered By: Elif Varol Last Updated: 21 Nov 2016 Views: 308
When you need to insert page numbers within an in-text citation, the University of Lincoln's Harvard output style requires that you enter the page numbers as a Suffix.
The instructions below are for Word 2010 and the newest version of Write-N-Cite.
- Log on to RefWorks and open the document you are working on. Click on the RefWorks ribbon then click on Insert Citation.
- You will now have a short list of newly used references. Click on the reference you would like to insert.
- The citation will be added to your Word document. Click on the citation and the whole citation text will be highlighted in grey.
- Double click on the highlighted citation. You will see the Insert/Edit Citation window below.
- To add page numbers at the end of the citation, you will need to use the Suffix option. For example, to add a page range of 89-95 in to your citation, you should type , pp.89-95 in the Suffix box. Then click on the highlighted reference in the Compose Citation box. You should now see the changes in the Preview Citation box with the added page numbers.
- Click OK.
The page numbers will be added to your in-text citation and will be formatted correctly when you process the Word document and create your bibliography.
If you have any questions, please contact RefWorks@lincoln.ac.uk