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“Author et al., submitted”, is that possible with \citep?

Is it possible to have "Author et al., submitted" using the package natbib? e.g.: @article{papersubmitted, title = {{I love LaTeX, and you?}}, author = {Author1, Name and Author2, Name and ...
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citet vs cite using natbib

this one looks like a question that should be solved just reading the package manual, but oddly I couldn't solve it neither that way. I'm using natbib for a Author-Date bibliography style. I ...
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Bibtex: cite-key instead of question mark if not found [duplicate]

Iintensive search has not yield any answer, but I still suspect this might be a double-post: Instead of a question mark, I want to have the cite-key if the reference was not found in the bib file. Is ...
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Authoryear cite style in tex, problems using natbib in Texmaker (on mac)

I am trying to use natbib in my bibtex file with plainnat style. However, I experience a number of issues (however works fine in e.g. Sharelatex). Depending on my code i get the error: Package natbib ...
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Document working with cite package, but not with natbib package

I am trying to use the natbib style in order to cite references by author and year. Using the tex and bib example here I am able to create a pdf file using the cite package. mydocuments.tex ...
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Question mark shown instead of citation using harvard

I am getting [?] when citing using harvard. If I use \citeasnoun I get the citation. How do I solve this problem. I am using TeXnicCenter with MikTeX 2.9 and installed the harvard package. ...
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Citing a range of papers (using numeric keys)?

Is there a way so that, when I cite a range of papers, the output is a range of numbers, instead of a list of numbers? In other words, when I type ... some dummy text here is due to me \cite{me1, ...