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Here's the apacite version of what you want to do. The localization strings are found in the french.apc file that is part of apacite. They must be changed at the beginning of the document, not in the preamble. % !BIB TS-program = bibtex \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @...


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Found \setcounter{secnumdepth}{0} in apa6.cls, which will produce nothing with \ref command. For more errors with \cite, use option natbib


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The natbib package provides two main citation commands: \citet for in-text citations. This yields Author (Year) \citep for parenthesized citations. This yields (Author, Year) The standard APA citation style for in-text citations puts only the year in parentheses, and natbib reflects this by making \cite a synonym for \citet (which is the command for in-...


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If you use biblatex and the apa style, this will be done automatically. All you need to do is tell it to use the correct localization file: \documentclass{article} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @electronic{electronic, Author = {Domi}, Date-Added = {2016-06-16 19:40:18 +0000}, Date-Modified = {2016-06-16 19:42:54 +0000}, Lastchecked = {...


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After several hours search and 'trial-and-error', I found out that apa6 class automatically loads geometry package. So when we load it separately, it produces the clash error. All we need to do is to add \geometry{bindingoffset=0.4in) in the preamble and the binding offset (gutter) will be set. For example: \documentclass{apa6} \geometry{bindingoffset=0....


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Regarding Question 1: Correct as per APA style? I believe that the examples and rules described under 6.16 in the APA Manual (6th ed.) indeed suggest that moewe’s solution gives us what the APA wants in such cases. The manual says that we must sort multiple citations within the same parentheses, “including citations that would otherwise shorten to et al.” (...


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You shouldn't confuse lbx-files for biblatex and lbx-files for biblatex-apa. biblatex-apa needs some more translations and settings and so loads an additional lbx. If for your language there is no lbx for biblatex you can follow the instructions in this question: What is the most appropriate way to configure biblatex for use with an unsupported language? ...



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