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I'm interested in using \nocite and pagebackref together which sounds a bit strange. I'd like to get bibliographic references at the end of a document with mention of the page where they appear (hence the use of pagebackref) but with no specific reference in the text (like the usual [1] number, hence the use of \nocite). Maybe, I could use \cite instead but using an option with no reference? References in the page will be achieved through footnotes. endnote and footbib packages do not seem to offer solutions of this type but I may be wrong.

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\let\oldnocite\nocite
\makeatletter
\renewcommand*{\nocite}[1]{\oldnocite{#1}\Hy@backout{#1}}
\makeatother
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super nice! Thanks –  pluton Sep 8 '10 at 22:08

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