Answer: Last Updated: Aug 15, 2019 Views: 654
Download the SLU Harvard style sheet (Acta Universitatis agriculturae Sueciae) from Zotero Style Repository.
When you insert references in your word document using Zotero, you can then choose style in the Citation style list. After download the SLU Harvard Style sheet will be included in the list.
You can change citation style for your word document after you have already started to write references with Zotero: In the word document, go to the Zotero tab and choose document preferences. There you can choose a different citation style in a list.
If the citation style writes out the information differently than you expect it to: Check the bibliographic information in Zotero for the specific reference to see if the metadata is inserted and in the right fields. You might have to change the type of material, or add/change information manually in Zotero.
If you want to edit information in the reference: Do the changes in Zotero and not in the word document since Zotero will override the changes the next time you update Zotero in Word. If you need to make changes in the word document, do them as the very last thing, and do not sync the document with Zotero afterwards. It is possible to remove all the linking between the document and Zotero with unlink citations in the zotero tab. Be aware that if you choose to do so, you can not undo the unlinking and get the links to Zotero back.
In order to include web links to references of journal articles, reports etc. you need to activate this in Zotero. Go to Edit > preferences. choose the tab Cite and Styles and under Citation Options: mark the alternative "Include URLs of paper articles in references".
If the changes you have made in Zotero does not show up in your document even when you press refresh in word, go to the Zotero tab in Word > Document preferences and activate Automatic updates .
The style Acta Universitatis agriculturae Sueciae does not include all the item types described at the Library web.