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I am using Jabref to generate my bibliography (overall style apacite) and would like to have these two entries in the bibliography as

British Library, Title of Manuscript notes XYZ, Asia and Africa Collections, Private Paper, reference MSS EUR F88/341

Youtube.com, www.linkofthevideo.com, accessed on Sept 10, 2012

How/where can I fill in the relevant entries in Jabref to get such type of entry? Or alternatively how can I enter the details in the bib file, please? Or make exceptions to the existing style?

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Use author = "{British Library}" in your bib file – Guido Sep 10 '12 at 9:49
Thanks Guido, for one step closer to what I need. – Abhimanyu Arora Sep 10 '12 at 9:54
For the second one I would use @misc with title = "Youtube.com, url = "www.linkofthevideo.com" and lastchecked = "Sept 10, 2012". Though apacite might not format the entry exactly as you want. – Guido Sep 10 '12 at 10:30
@Guido Since your comments seem to answer the question, why not convert them into an answer? – Andrew Uzzell Oct 5 '12 at 14:15

For the first issue you can enclose the author name in braces, i.e.,

author = "{British Library}"

For the second one, a possibility would be to use @misc for the entry.

   title = "Youtube.com", 
   url = "www.linkofthevideo.com", 
   lastchecked = "Sept 10, 2012"

Though apacite might not format the entry exactly as you want.

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