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I am trying to add in a .bib file created by BibDesk to my report. I have saved the .bib file in a different folder. However, it will not import in the typeset.

I tried to follow the Overleaf instructions but when that didn't work, I tried using natbib.

In the preamble, I have included:

\usepackage{cite}
\usepackage{natbib}
\addbibresource{/Users/Jenny/Desktop/EC/Components/References.bib}

In the body, I have added in:

\bibliography{/Users/Jenny/Desktop/EC/Components/References}
\printbibliography  

But when I typeset it, my TOC does not come up with the section and the bibliography does not print after the conclusion and before the Appendices.

I would like to also know how to style the bibliography in the Harvard way.

Many thanks in advance for your suggestions.

Jenny

marked as duplicate by moewe biblatex May 19 at 13:45

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  • \usepackage{cite} and \usepackage{natbib} are both incompatible with biblatex. But you use \addbibresource and \printbibliography, which are biblatex commands. It is not clear from the snippets whether you load biblatex. – moewe May 10 at 13:10
  • Any news here? Did you get anywhere with the links? – moewe May 18 at 10:27
  • Apologies for the delayed response. Your advice was very helpful and it is now working. Thank you very much. – Jenny May 19 at 13:30