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I have a document in LaTex but the template of the journal is in word. I have copied most of the text into word template. Now I am facing problem in Bibliography. Is there a way to export bibliography from my Latex file to MS Word Bibliography? I am using word 2013.

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  • I take it the copying of "most of the text into word template" was successful, in the sense you were able to apply whatever formatting that was needed. Assuming you were able to generate the bibliography via BibTeX, I suppose you could copy the contents of the bibliography, stored in the .bbl file, to your .docx file as well. – Mico Aug 29 '15 at 6:16
  • I did copy paste of the text--- very cumbersome. In LaTex document, I had used \cite{} and \bibitem{} for references. – Ehsa Aug 29 '15 at 6:21
  • Use bibtex4word : google.co.in/… – user11232 Aug 29 '15 at 6:24
  • Which bibliography-related text did you copy -- the contents of the bib file, or those of the bbl file? By the way, please observe that I didn't claim that this copying busy was not going to be cumbersome. – Mico Aug 29 '15 at 6:25
  • I copied rest of the document. Now I want to add and manage references in word document. I didnot copy any text related to bibliography. – Ehsa Aug 29 '15 at 6:34
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Assuming that you have the bibliograhy data in a bib-file have a look at jabref. That tool offers so many different export formats that one of them should help to solve your problem.

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