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How do I generate Libronix style Bibliography?
What is a Bibliography?
- A Bibliography is detailed information of a book used as a reference source.
This usually is shown in the footnote area of a Word document when you use Copy Bible Verses or use Copy & Paste.
- You can create a Bibliography file from a Collection.
- The form of a Bibliography is referred to as a Citation Style.
- You will need to set the Citation Style prior to exporting your Bibliography.
The Citation Style can be changed in Program Settings which is found in the Tools menu.
- When changing the Citation Style for a Bibliography, don’t forget to restore the Citation Style to the one that you use when using Copy Bible Verse or Copy & Paste.
- See Citation Styles examples
- Logos does not show the book’s icon image in the Bibliography.
Citation Styles examples
- Citation Styles are changed in Program Settings which is found in the Tools menu. [see steps 7 through 11 in How to create a Bibliography of all my books]
- Remember that once you change the citation style for Bibliography, when you are done, change it back to the citation style which you use when using Copy Bible Verses or Copy & Paste.
Otherwise when using these later you will have your citations in the format that you left them in when you created the Bibliography!
- In the headings below you can see what each citation style looks like.
APA Style (4th ed)
Chicago Manual of Style
DIN 1505 Style
SBL Handbook of Style