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accepted Producing a volume of a journal in LaTeX
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revised BibDesk-like software for Windows
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revised BibDesk-like software for Windows
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answered BibDesk-like software for Windows
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asked Producing a volume of a journal in LaTeX
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awarded  Student
Aug
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comment How can I format sections/subsections/etc. like nested lists?
The particular document in question is a compiled code of legislation, analogous to the United States Code ( gpoaccess.gov/uscode ), so it's much more semantic to mark it up with \section{heading}, \subsection{heading}, etc., than to use \item \textbf{heading}
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awarded  Teacher
Aug
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answered Changing LaTeX headers via a makefile
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asked How can I format sections/subsections/etc. like nested lists?
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awarded  Supporter
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answered No newline after (sub)section?
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comment How do I cite author in LaTeX?
I've updated my example and included an image of the output. I hope that will help you track down your problem.
Jun
3
comment How do I cite author in LaTeX?
Whoops, there is no alphanat.bst--I've fixed the Wikibooks article (I wrote the table of natbib-compatible styles ;-) ). I believe plainnat.bst is the style you're looking for--the plain and alpha citation format appears to be the same, it's just that in the bibliography, plain uses numbers for the cross-references, whereas alpha uses abbreviated last names and two-digit years. natbib defaults to author-year cross-references, but it can also do numerical cross-references if you use "\usepackage[numbers]{natbib}" instead of "\usepackage{natbib}"
Jun
3
answered How do I cite author in LaTeX?