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I got a reply from Mike, and there is no solution, but he gave me one workaround. If you change your option to ieeetrans/ndusch and refresh the bibliography then the entire bibliography will be sorted alphabetically and also the entries within each cited group will be re-ordered to be in alphabetical order. Then if you change the option back ...
For Arial, just use XeTeX + fontspec. You should be able to screw around with typesize using a cople of options, but I can't remember them off the top of my head and they might not use pt.
It can not be done! PDF is a complex document format which is not intended for editing. Think of it as a crippled PostScript which is never meant to be open again. What can be done is uploading PDF in some kind a character recognition software which is going to extract the information. Short of that there are bunch of small command line text extract ...
If you have the LaTeX source, you can try pandoc. It's not perfect, but it's a starting point.
Since this answer might be of use to other linguists, I'm giving a detailed answer of how to effectively transfer documents from Word to TeX, assuming you are using the regular SIL phonetic fonts in Word. The modern TeX engines LuaTeX and XeLaTeX both use UTF-8 as their file encoding, and can use any OpenType font on your system. See the following for some ...
I have not tried it, but according to Wikipedia Microsoft Office / Word 2013 provides full read, write, and edit support for ISO 32000 (PDF).
I would like to resurrect this question. There are actually two separate questions here. First is there a good way to produce .doc file from LaTeX? The answer is probably yes if you work for Microsoft and you can see the source code for the rest of us no because it is binary locked format. The second question is if there is a good way to produce .docx files ...
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