If you are a confident EndNote user you can find instructions on how to import a specific AGLC4 Output Style on our EndNote guide.
For general information on academic referencing, including why it is essential see here.
Read through Chapter 1 (General Rules) of the AGLC4 manual. This covers citations, footnotes and bibliographies. Pay particular attention to:
1.1.6 Pinpoint References, to understand how to refer to a specific page, paragraph, footnote or other specific section of a source.
1.13 Bibliographies, to understand different rules for footnoting when including references in bibliographies
You should also familiarise yourself with:
Chapter 2 (Cases)
Chapter 3 (Legislative Materials)
The contents and index can then be used to find appropriate rules for other sources as you need them.
What to do if something is not covered in the manual
AGLC4 is a substantial guide, but it is not comprehensive.
Where you cannot find a citation rule to exactly match the source you want to reference, locate a similar source in AGLC4 with similar citation elements and adapt it.
As AGLC4 suggests, you should first reflect on the cardinal principles: clarity and consistency... As long as you are clear and consistent, you cannot go wrong. (AGLC4 pg. xi) If you adapt a rule for a particular source, use that same rule adaptation for all future references to the source.
AGLC4 provides examples for most citation rules at the end of each sub-chapter. Adapting examples of similar sources can be easier than adapting a rule to match your source.