Harvard Referencing format in Word for Mac V16.14.1

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Hi 

It appears the format on Harvard Referencing in Word for Mac V16.14.1 does not follow Harvard referencing format rules.  I cannot figure out how to modify to make it correct. In particular, the reference is split over 3 or 4 lines. The reference jumps to the next line after the word [Online] and before an html web reference.  

Also the Harvard reference styles says (retrieved ) instead of (viewed) in reference to viewing websites and does not include the day the reference was viewed. There are many other inconsistencies. I would be grateful if anyone has any idea. Its been doing my head in for hours. Thank you!! See below what I would like to correct, and below that the official Harvard Referencing format requirement. 

 

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@Sophie Dillerhave you been able to solve this? I have a problem that reference list for Harvard is omitting many authors and just using et al. which is a disaster for my PhD thesis!