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The LaTeX overcite package
Version: 3.x & 4.x - Scientific WorkPlace & Scientific
The overcite package produces and superscripts compressed, sorted lists of
numerical citations occurring in the text. The package prints the citation
numbers in ascending order, separated by a comma and a space; three or more
consecutive numbers appear as a range. Thus, a citation of [7,3,5,9] becomes
a citation of [3, 6, 5, 4]
overcite package has been superseded by the cite
package and is included in Version 5.x of SWP and SW for compatibility
purposes. If you are using Version 5.x, we recommend you use the cite package
How to order and compress citations created with SWP or SW citations
Add the overcite package to your document.
Place the insertion point where you want the citation to occur.
or, from the Insert menu, choose
Typeset Object and then choose
In the Key box, enter the key for the reference
you want to cite or select the key from the dropdown list.
Select the contents of the Key box and copy the
selection to the clipboard.
In the Key box, overwrite the selection with the
key for the next reference.
Type a comma and press the spacebar.
Paste the contents of the clipboard to the Key box.
Repeat steps 58 until you have entered all the references you need.
When you typeset your document, LaTeX orders the list. Whenever the list
includes three references in numerical sequence, LaTeX compresses them.
Command variations are available; see the package documentation for more
information about using the package. In addition, the options available
for overcite provide spacing and sorting refinements for citations.
The overcite package is one of four compatible
packagesincluding cite, drftcite,
and chapterbibinstalled in the
Last revised 02/10/06
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