*UPDATE 2008/09/28*

There is a .xsl file available from http://www.codeplex.com/bibliography/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=15852 that will put the harvard style into Microsoft Office.
It supports AMA, Harvard and IEEE formats.

Original post:

I was doing a uni assignment for my MBA and i needed to do proper referencing *groan*
A light bulb went off in my head "hey office 2007 has a citation manager in it, lets go!"

It works rather well, it is very intuitive to insert in a new reference source. The only problem is after I had done all this work and then realised "hey, these references don't look like how I did them in my thesis. Oh thats alright, the citation style was just set to APA, should be as easy as selecting Harvard from the pull down menu. WTF IT IS NOT THERE"

For some reason the Office 2007 developers left out the most widely used referencing style from their citation manager.... But I've found a dirty dirty hack for anyone else that needs help on how to do it

The Orthomy: Word 2007 - Citations

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