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Recommended solution There's no really simple way to do this elegantly using natbib, since the .bst files that format the bibliography entries either produce the fields or not. There's no way to selectively turn them on or off. For this reason, I would recommend that instead of using natbib you use biblatex to manage your bibliography, since this will allow ...


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This is surely a duplicate but I can't find it. Your .tex file should look like this: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} Some text referencing \cite{fosfuri2000patent}. \bibliographystyle{plain} \bibliography{biblio}% if biblio.bib is the name of your .bib file \end{document} Then run pdflatex doc if your .tex file is doc.tex. Then run bibtex ...


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You have an error in the .bib file: a comma is missing at the end of the key. You're also missing a \directorystyle command. In the example I use a filecontents* environment, just to keep the example self-contained; use your own file (and change \directory{\jobname} into \directory{filename}). \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @person{blah.doe, name = ...


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You can change the maxbibnames value and suppress the month field for articles like this: \documentclass[a4paper,12pt,BCOR13mm,twoside,openright,]{scrreprt} \usepackage[style=chem-acs,maxbibnames=99]{biblatex} \AtEveryBibitem{\ifentrytype{article}{\clearfield{month}}{}} \addbibresource{MWE.bib} \begin{document} This reference should not have a month ...


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<pre>...</pre> in Zotero passes the contents as raw LaTeX: <pre>\pkg{blahblah}</pre>



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