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I am using BibTeX with the amsrefs package to create a bibliography. The output of the bibliography looks to be of a slightly smaller font size that that of the ambient document, and it's imperative that these font sizes be equal. I have already tried

{\normalsize\bibliography{mybib}}

to no avail. Can anyone please steer me in the right direction? Thanks!

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The font is controlled by the \biblistfont command; simply redefine this macro in your preamble (to change the default \footnotesize) by adding the following lines:

\renewcommand{\biblistfont}{%
  \normalfont
  \normalsize
}
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THANK YOU!! I wish I could upvote this answer ten more times...you just saved me the biggest headache. :) – Kristen May 2 '11 at 21:43

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