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Citations in LaTeX are done with the
\cite macro or variations of
it. The argument of the macro is a citation key which identifies an
article or book in either a BibTeX database file or in an explicit
thebibliography environment in the document. RefTeX's
support for citations helps to select the correct key quickly.
|• Creating Citations||How to create them.|
|• Citation Styles||Natbib, Harvard, Chicago and Co.|
|• Citation Info||View the corresponding database entry.|
|• Chapterbib and Bibunits||Multiple bibliographies in a Document.|
|• Citations Outside LaTeX||How to make citations in Emails etc.|
|• BibTeX Database Subsets||Extract parts of a big database.|
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