If you would like to create a stand-alone bibliography you can do this directly from Mendeley Desktop:
If you need to intersperse non-cited references into a bibliography which has already been created from references cited in the text, you will need to work on an unformatted copy of your document. See Preparing a paper for publishing / TurnitIn . Because this involves using a copy without any links back to Mendeley, it is recommended that you do this last.
Try uninstalling and re-installing the Cite-O-Matic toolbar.
For university assignments, refer to your lecturer or tutor as they style to choose often depends on the subject you are studying and the preferences of the academic staff.
If you are submitting a manuscript for a journal, refer to the author guidelines provided by the journal you intend to submit to.
You could use the Cite Them Right version of Harvard.
Alternatively, you could search for a different version of Harvard and install the style. Many universities have created their own versions of Harvard and you might find one to suit you.
From the drop-down list of styles in the Word toolbar, click on More styles.
Editing or creating citation styles is a fairly advanced procedure and can be fairly complex. The guide below will help if you wish to make small changes.
You can remove URLs from a bibliography:
It is possible to create a bibliography in Word using Mendeley Web. For details see this Mendeley Support page.
Note that "MS Word’s citation system is not the same system used by Mendeley Desktop. Using both on the same document will yield two sets of citations and two bibliographies".
You may experience problems if you are using a computer which has both EndNote and Mendeley plugins installed in Word.
If the Mendeley plug-in is causing problems, try disabling the EndNote plugin: