{custom-bib} is a package for creating custom bibliography styles for use with {bibtex}. This is done by running the "makebst" utility (run TeX on LaTeX on makebst.tex) to interactively choose options from a menu. It is also possible to run this utility in batch mode.

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How to change .bst file to get a comma between publisher and year

I'm getting lost in the .bst file I created with "latex makebst". For a book entry, I chose the option %>>PUBLISHER ADDRESS: %<<PUBLISHER IN PARENTHESES: % %: (def) Publisher as normal ...
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Make Author's Last name uppercase, leave first name intact and more

I need help adjusting my reference list (not the in-text citation). I adjusted the existing apalike.bst for capitalization of the author name by inserting the below functions and renaming the file ...
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Incollection book titles in italics using custom-bib

I've been trying to create a custom bibliography style using custom-bib (makebst), and I have almost succeeded. The only thing that I've failed to fix is the incollection and inproceedings book ...
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Obtaining a specific order for references of an annotated bibliography

We are currently writing an annotated bibliography and cannot get the ordering of references as we want. In the bibliography we have 2 kinds of entries: annotated entries (the ones that the ...
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State (Ed.) just once after all editors (not after every editor)

I'm writing my master's thesis with latex and love it so far. My document class is scrbook and I'm using natbib for references. Since my institute has strict guidelines regarding the bibliography's ...
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“Unbold” url in bibliography via .bst file

after creating an own .bst file via makebst I'd like to change the formatting of the url shown in the bibliography. Atm the URL is bold, I'd like to have it not bold, just standard. The particular ...
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How to change the conjunction “and” in a custom bst file?

I created a custom bst file with a harvard citation style. Currently the conjunction between author names is "and". I would like to keep "and" for text citations, ex: Author1 and Author2 (1999) ...