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Bibliographic Add-in for Word – BibTex4Word

January 9, 2008

Besides the methods I mentioned previously, while checking some related information, I just encountered another method, much straightforward for LaTeX + BibTeX users. πŸ™‚

Prof. Mike Brooks of Imperial College develops this add-in template and provides a detailed how-to document. In this way, you can use the entries from your .bib file directly and and apply (almost) any BibTeX style in the bibliography.

Requirement: MikTeX* (with some BibTeX styles you prefer). You don’t really need JabRef, but it does make managing references easier. πŸ˜‰

Note to self : try this one next time when I have time.

* Install the basic version and you can add packages you need later.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. joeranb permalink
    October 17, 2013 7:15 am

    Hello, you might be interested in our tool Docear4Word which is an alternative to bibtex4word. It’s based on the Citation Style Language and offers a comfortable GUI. Although Docear4Word was primarily intended for Docear users, it works with (almost?) any BibTeX file.
    http://www.docear.org/software/add-ons/docear4word/overview/

    And If you are looking for a tool to manage your BibTeX file i would recommend Docear http://www.docear.org/2013/10/17/docear-1-0-stable-a-new-video-new-manual-new-homepage-new-details-page/ πŸ™‚

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