RefTeX

This manual documents RefTeX (version 24.4), a package to do labels, references, citations and indices for LaTeX documents with Emacs.

RefTeX is a package for managing Labels, References, Citations and index entries with GNU Emacs.

This manual documents RefTeX version 24.4.

Don't be discouraged by the size of this manual, which covers RefTeX in great depth. All you need to know to use RefTeX can be summarized on two pages (see RefTeX in a Nutshell). You can go back later to other parts of this document when needed.

Introduction Quick-Start information.
Table of Contents A Tool to move around quickly.
Labels and References Creating and referencing labels.
Citations Creating Citations.
Index Support Creating and Checking Index Entries.
Viewing Cross-References Who references or cites what?
RefTeXs Menu The Ref menu in the menubar.
Key Bindings The default key bindings.
Faces Fontification of RefTeX's buffers.
Multifile Documents Document spread over many files.
Language Support How to support other languages.
Finding Files Included TeX files and BibTeX .bib files.
Optimizations When RefTeX is too slow.
AUCTeX Cooperation with AUCTeX.
Problems and Work-Arounds First Aid.
Imprint Author, Web-site, Thanks
Commands Which are the available commands.
Options How to extend and configure RefTeX.
Changes A List of recent changes to RefTeX.
GNU Free Documentation License The license for this documentation.
The Index
Index The full index.

Detailed Node Listing

Introduction
Installation How to install and activate RefTeX.
RefTeX in a Nutshell A brief summary and quick guide.
Labels and References
Creating Labels
Referencing Labels
Builtin Label Environments The environments RefTeX knows about.
Defining Label Environments ... and environments it doesn't.
Reference Info View the label corresponding to a \ref.
Reference Styles Macros to be used instead of \ref.
LaTeX xr Package References to external documents.
Defining Label Environments
Theorem and Axiom Defined with \newenvironment.
Quick Equation When a macro sets the label type.
Figure Wrapper When a macro argument is a label.
Adding Magic Words Other words for other languages.
Using \eqref How to switch to this AMS-LaTeX macro.
Non-Standard Environments Environments without \begin and \end
Putting it Together How to combine many entries.
Citations
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.
Index Support
Creating Index Entries Macros and completion of entries.
The Index Phrases File A special file for global indexing.
Displaying and Editing the Index The index editor.
Builtin Index Macros The index macros RefTeX knows about.
Defining Index Macros ... and macros it doesn't.
The Index Phrases File
Collecting Phrases Collecting from document or external.
Consistency Checks Check for duplicates etc.
Global Indexing The interactive indexing process.
AUCTeX
AUCTeX-RefTeX Interface How both packages work together
Style Files AUCTeX's style files can support RefTeX
Bib-Cite Hypertext reading of a document
Options, Keymaps, Hooks
Options - Table of Contents
Options - Defining Label Environments
Options - Creating Labels
Options - Referencing Labels
Options - Creating Citations
Options - Index Support
Options - Viewing Cross-References
Options - Finding Files
Options - Optimizations
Options - Fontification
Options - Misc

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