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Rather than take an existing bst file and adjust it in various places to achieve your bibliographic formatting needs, I would like to recommend you create a new bibliography style file that immediately implements all of your formatting requirements. This is actually much less difficult to achieve than it may sound: Just run the makebst utility that's part ...


When I have to work on MS Word documents, I wrote my part in a LaTeX file as usual (and enjoy my emacs+AUCTeX shortcuts). Then I convert the document using pandoc to odt and copy/paste my document into the official one (usually a .docx). It probably possible to convert directly to Docx (pandoc seems to support it) The big avantage of pandoc is it can take ...


You may be missing the file hispa.bst in your project, which isn't available on Overleaf by default, since it's not included in TeX Live. Uploading a copy of hispa.bst (via Overleaf's Add files > Upload menu) to your project should (and have) help.


You can use expl3: \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{paper1, title={Paper 1}, author={Author 1}, journal={Journal 1}, } @article{paper2, title={Paper 2}, author={Author 2}, journal={Journal 2}, } @article{paper3, title={Paper 3}, author={Author 3}, journal={Journal 3}, } @article{paper4, title={Paper 4}, ...


Probably you would need to adjust the style of the bibliography according to your desiderata, but here's a basic schema. The entries are classified using entrysubtype in the .bib and subtype is then used to filter the entries when printing the bibliography. natbib=true is a compatibility option. nobib tells the class not to actually load natbib. ...


Currently I am converting my latex generated pdf as Word documents. I use the pdf export function in Adobe reader to convert the pdf into word files. It works better than using LaTex2RTF tools.


You didn't show a minimal example, but I guess that you are using the ulem package which redefines \emph to underline. Use \normalem before the bibliographie to get back the normal \emph and read the documentation of ulem.


The easiest way to alter the inclusion of DOIs is to use the rsc package \usepackage[usedoi=true]{rsc} This will send the appropriate setting through to the rsc bibliography style. If you want to do things 'by hand', this can be done without copying and editing the .bst file by creating the 'special' reference by hand. Add an entry, either in a dedicated ...


This is what I do Go to Arxiv site: e.g. Click NASA ADS link under References and Citations e.g. Click Bibtex entry for this abstract e.g. ...

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