First you need to let the Bib Te X4Word macro know where you keep your bibliography data file.You do this by clicking on the last but one icon (the open folder) and then finding the bibliography file which you made a note of earlier. Start Citing To add a citation position the cursor at the point you wish to insert the citation and click the [ ] button, you can either type the Bib Te X key directly eg “Davies2003” or search for author’s papers from your bibliography by the surname by prefixing with A: eg “A: Davies”.
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If you want this macro to be available to more than one user you will have to do this for each user.
There is no need to change the MS Word security settings to enable this macro to work correctly. Load Microsoft Word Hopefully you will see this new toolbar.
You can cite more than one paper by just separating the keys by commas. Creating your Bibliography List When you are ready to create your bibliography, simply place your cursor where you wish it to appear and click the second icon from the left on the Bib Tex4Word toolbar.
This will produce the bibliography and automatically change the bibliography keys to reference numbers.
You can flip between the two with the [eye] key on the toolbar. Changing the Citation Styles This can be done by clicking the paintbrush logo.
To find out what styles are available from your Mik Te X installation you can search the Bib Te X folder for style files which have the *extension, or create your own as described in Mark’s recent article Example Citation Styles A selection of the more popular styles (Plain, Vancouver, Author Date and it’s variations) can be found in this pdf or this MS Word file.In this guide I will show you step-by-step how to install Mike Brookes‘ excellent free Bibtex4Word (v1.12) Word Macro Package on your Windows XP machine.This post is for an old version of the Bib Te X4Word Macro.Word does have an option to update fields before printing and links at open (attached), but how to update the fields AUTOMATICALLY at open without pressing F9?thank you I’m still wondering why –up to now- there isn't an option that updates all the fields automatically!If you are having problems use the Windows search feature to look for “Bibtex.exe”.