I'm writing an article in the IEEE conference template. In the instructions to the use of this template, is written that equations must be referenced in the text as for exemple: "(1)", and figures as "Fig. 1". However, when I use \autoref{}, what I got is "Equation 1" and "Figure 1". How could I fix that?

  • To cross-reference equation objects in the desired format -- without the "equation" label but with parentheses surrounding the equation number -- use \eqref (provided by the amsmath package), not \autoref.

  • To cross-reference figure objects, run the following instruction in the preamble (after loading hyperref):


    and then use \autoref as usual in the body of the document.

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