Most reference management software works really well with Microsoft Word e.g. Mendeley, Zotero, EndNote.
These reference management programs help you to cite and make reference lists in the most common citation styles e.g. APA, Chicago, MLA, Harvard, IEEE in an instant.
Do you want to move references between computers?
References in Word are stored on your computer's hard disk. If you want to work with them on another computer, follow these steps to find the file:
Type% APPDATA% into the Start menu search box
Click on to the folder Roaming > Microsoft > Bibliography
The references are saved in the XML fileSources
References in Word
Microsoft Word has a simple built-in reference function at the References tab. Here you can manually enter references and refer to them in the text and create a bibliography in the most common styles (APA, Harvard, MLA, etc). The built-in function in Word is suitable if you have a limited number of references and if you don't need to have access to your references from multiple computers.