first of all, I've to say that you did a great job with BibWord.
I have made my own style now. I would like to add / change two more things, but I don't know how.
Is it possible to group the sources in the bibliography?
It should look somthing like:
 (if not possible [Tag10] would work too)
 (if not possible [Tag11] would work too)
The second question is simpler. At the Moment, the bibliography Looks like
I would like to change it to
[Tag01]________Author1.... (with whitespaces / tabulator instead of the underline)
How can I achieve this?
Adding a third column doesn't change anything (or I just don't know how to add a tab)
Would be great, if those things are possible.
Thanks in advance
Feb 23, 2014 at 6:16 PM
1) Yes (and no). It is possible to group them, by providing the 'SourceType' as the first part of the sortkey. This will nicely list all your sources according to their type. However, when finished, you will have to convert the bibliography to static text
and add the different titles (Literature, Internet References, ...) yourself.
2) Use a column based format. Using whitespaces / tabulators will never get you perfect alignment, tables will. The IEEE style uses this if you are looking for an example.
May 7, 2014 at 9:27 AM
Edited May 7, 2014 at 9:48 AM
at first, thanks for the great work here.
I am trying to do the same as Martin91x, so grouping the source first after SourceType, then after Reference order, using the IEEE style on Mac Word 2011.
Text: Text  more Text  even more Text 
 MrX etc.
 MrY etc.
 MrZ etc.
(Adding in the titles myself at the end isnt a problem)
Sadly i have no clue about xsl, and as i am somewhat in the middle of my master thesis, so I hope to avoid putting too much time into learning it. ;)
I really would appreciate it if someone could help me with an exact-as-possible instruction how to do so.
(I would guess I have to apply some changes to the create-sortkey-template at the very end of the code...)