Many thanks to you, Yves!
I spend lots of time trying to understand how to do this… because I didn’t know the name of the variable which keeps the citation page numbers... Well, this was exactly what I was looking for. I already used it, and it works. :)
However, now I have another problem, with word itself (I’m using Windows Word 2010).
Apparently it is using Heading 1 style for creating citations (I don't know why).
But this has two problems for me:
1. My H1 style is using Small Caps, so instead of the "pp." I'm getting "PP." which is against all rules, and I must change it... :(
2. I also can't change the colour of the linked citation to the same one I'm using everywhere (whenever it's a link). I managed to do that for the references list, by changing the CSS style, but it doesn't work for this.
Any help would be appreciated. :)
As for the fact that this is not compliant with the IEEE format, I’m afraid that is not correct.
You can check the IEEE Editorial Style Manual (http://www.ieee.org/documents/stylemanual.pdf, page 5) or the IEEE Citation Reference (http://www.ieee.org/documents/ieeecitationref.pdf, page 7) to see that both give these examples on the citation section:
[3, Th. 1]; [3, Lemma 2]; [3, pp. 5-10]; [3, eq. (2)]; [3, Fig. 1]; [3, Appendix I]; [3, Sec. 4.5]; [3, Ch. 2, pp. 5-10]; [3, Algorithm5].
So it’s clearly supported, although not much used by most authors, but that’s another matter. :)
Thanks and keep up the great work.