Is it possible for Word 2016 on Mac to have same citation features of Word for Windows?
I love my Mac and have noticed that using citations for my college papers, both during my undergrad and now working through my second graduate program, that Word doesn't allow all of the formatting for different reference styles. For example, when I use a reference to a journal article I retrieved from online campus library, I cannot put in the URL to show where it was retrieved from. I loved this on my Windows system and now I either lose points or lose productivity by having to manually add things into my "References" page. Also a minor piece is that for APA for example, the reference page is either Bibliography or Works Cited, which has to be changed every time to References. Hope this makes sense. I am just wishing it was as functional as my Windows Word is. Thanks.
Donna Novarro commented
We definitely need to get this updated - I'm also in a grad program and have to manually change references and of course the actual title of the "references" section every time from Works Cited or Bibliography. I thought at one time the "references" was an option (it's been 3 years since I've been in school and was surprised not to see the options there_.
Need this badly. It's irritating to have to switch to a Windows machine just to enter URLs and other extended fields.