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I'm using the apa-good.bst file to typeset my bibliography in APA style. I need to include something like "Last visited..." (using the urldate variable) when I cite a webpage but I don't know how I can do this. Can anyone help me?

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Your referenced bibliography style isn't available at CTAN. So I guess You are using the following file:

ucbthesis -- LaTeX template for typesetting UCB thesis -- apa-good.bst

The style support the following entries:

address author booktitle chapter edition
editor howpublished institution journal
key month note number organization pages
publisher school series title type url
volume year

In relation to my previous answer

URL of cited web site in bibliography

You can simple add to the field note:

note="Last visited..."
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