How do you change the style of a bibliography?

Change a works cited list or bibliography style

  1. On the View menu, click Draft or Print Layout.
  2. On the References tab, click Citations.
  3. In the Citations pane, on the Citation style list, select a style. All references in your document’s bibliography change to the new style.

What is the meaning of OAM?


Acronym Definition
OAM Operations Administration and Maintenance (ethernet protocol)
OAM Medal of the Order of Australia
OAM Oracle Access Manager
OAM Order of Australia Medal

How do you nominate someone for an OAM?

Nominate someone for the Order of Australia

  1. Examples of how they have demonstrated outstanding qualities.
  2. What they have done to make things better for others.
  3. The role(s) or area(s) in which they have excelled.
  4. The period of time, or dates of service (if known)
  5. Evidence of other awards or recognition received by the nominee.

How do you write a good nomination for an employee?

Consider the kinds of personal qualities and skills for which the award is given and describe how the person you are endorsing possesses those qualities or abilities. List your nominee’s achievements. Reiterate your direct endorsement in the closure and offer to answer questions or give more information.

What does OAM stand for after a name?

Medal of the Order

How do you write a bibliography in LaTeX?

To create a bibliography, LaTeX tex file must contain the command \bibliography{database1,database2,…} at the point where the bibliography is to appear. Here, database1, and database2 are root names, and they have the extension of . bib.

What is the difference between AM and OAM?

Individuals are appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for service in a particular locality or field of activity or to a particular group. The Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) is awarded for service worthy of particular recognition.

How do you write an OAM?

Order of Australia

  1. Companion (AC)
  2. Officer (AO)
  3. Member (AM)
  4. Medal (OAM)
  5. Awarded in:
  6. General Division.
  7. Military Division.
  8. As an Honorary award.