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I am using nomencl to list my nomenclature. The command \nomrefeqpage will give an entry like,

  ... see equation (1.1.1), page 3. 

Because by my convention, a number with parenthesis like (1.1.1) refers an equation, is it possible to remove the word "equation"?

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The relevant part is set by \eqdeclaration, which by default is (in english):

\def\eqdeclaration#1{, see equation\nobreakspace(#1)}

So change it with

\renewcommand{\eqdeclaration}[1]{, see~(#1)}

and be done.

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It works perfectly. Thanks a lot! :-) – Anand Jan 16 '13 at 16:13

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