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How do I 'fix' the Harvard style that comes with EndNote as it doesn't suit my department's requirements?

How do I 'fix' the Harvard style that comes with EndNote as it doesn't suit my department's requirements?

It is recommended that you do not use the Harvard output style supplied with the EndNote program. There are many interpretations of the Harvard Style, however the Harvard style supplied with EndNote will not generally suit departmental requirements at the University, specifically as the author names are presented in upper case and the output style does not provide for a wide variety of reference types. 

Instead, you may use the Aust Style Manual (author-date) output style which matches the requirements of the Style manual for authors, editors and printers (2002) (6th ed.), the Harvard UL output style developed by the University of Limerick for Harvard style requirements or the University of Queensland Library Harvard style uq_harvard_2002_v8+ which is also based on the Style manual for authors, editors and printers (2002). 

These styles should all be available through the Select Another Style option in University of Melbourne EndNote X7 and X5 installations. See the library's EndNote Styles page for information about getting the University of Queensland Library Harvard style to use if it is not available in your installation of EndNote.  The University of Queensland Library also have a guide to the Harvard style.