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Application BibOrder v.
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BibOrder is deprecated, you should use BibWord Extender instead.


BibOrder is a command-line utility which allows the position of sorted bibliographic entries to be used as a reference number in in-text citations, something which is not possible with the default Word 2007 bibliographic tools.

BibOrder works in combination with all BibWord derived styles and adds an extra b:BibOrder element to every b:Source element. The value of that element is the position of the source in the sorted bibliography and can then be used by the in-text citation.


BibOrder is run from the command-line. When no parameters are specified, BibOrder will list the different available parameters:

Usage: BibOrder /d:doc [/s:stylesheet] [/l:styleloc]

    /d:doc       Path to the document to adapt. If no other parameters are
                 specified, the program uses the stylesheet specified by the
                 the document and looks for it in the default directory.
    /s:style     Optional. Overwrites the stylesheet to use.
    /l:styleloc  Optional. Overwrites the directory to look for the stylesheet.
                 Ignored if /s is used.
Only, the /d parameter is required.

The common way to work with BibOrder is:
  1. Create your document.
  2. Select the bibliography style you want to use.
  3. Save your document and close Word 2007.
  4. Run the BibOrder tool.
  5. Open your document and select the style again (so all citation and bibliography fields get reformatted).

Remark: If BibOrder is executed using an invalid style, an exception will be thrown.


-fixed encoding type bug
-initial version

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