Buenos días, Tengo un problema, estoy trabajando en una plantilla que fue diseñada en ingles, y hasta ahora ha sido bueno trabajar en ella, pero necesito pasar todo a español, he sido capaz de pasar todo a español, solo me falta por pasar dos comandos, el comando \bibliography y \chapter, quisiera saber como puedo pasarlos a español para que en la tesis me aparezca Bibliografía y Capitulo1, Capitulo 2, muchas gracias

Hello, I have problem: I am working with a template that was designed in English, and up till now it has worked fine, but I need to change everything to Spanish. I am capable of translating everything except for two commands, \bibliography and \chapter. I would like to know how to adapt these commands for Spanish so that in my thesis they will produce "Bibliografía" and "Capítulo 1", "Capítulo 2". Thank you.

  • Buenos días, y bienvenido a TeX.SX! English is the shared language we use on this site. Could you please translate your question? – ebosi Nov 30 '16 at 15:14
  • Boenos. plantilla is a word i learned just now. I don't like it. Templates are bad in general. Please translate your question to english and add a minimal working example to it. A link to the template would also be useful. – Johannes_B Nov 30 '16 at 17:56
  • If the template is reasonable then the babel package should do most of the renaming for you (\usepackage[spanish]{babel}). Please add a small complete document to your posting such that we see which class and packages are involved. – gernot Nov 30 '16 at 18:52

You should just need \usepackage[spanish]{babel}.


\usepackage{filecontents} % para crear bibliografía por ejemplo
author={Calderón de la Barca, Pedro},
title={La vida es sueño},

\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} % para usar accentos como así

  % cambia "Chapter"->"Capítulo" y "Bibliography"->"Bibliografía"

\addbibresource{\jobname.bib} % para la bibliografía en este ejemplo

Una cita.\cite{Calderon:VidaSueno}
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  • With the information given in the question, your answer is pure guesswork and might only coonfuse the OP. The chance that the template really uses biblatex is low. – Johannes_B Dec 2 '16 at 17:10

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