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IEEE style (v.2.5)

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Released: Jul 16, 2008
Updated: Aug 7, 2009 by Yves
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Release Notes

Depecrated, use one of the BibWord variants instead.

A stylesheet for an IEEE formatted bibliography. The stylesheet is based on the formatting guidelines from the following three sources:
Supported source types
This release supports the following types of bibliographical entry
  • Book
  • BookSection
  • JournalArticle
  • ArticleInAPeriodical
  • ConferenceProceedings
  • Report (use Report with type containing 'rep')
  • InternetSite (alternatively, use ElectronicSource)
  • DocumentFromInternetSite (alternatively, use ElectronicSource)
  • Patent
  • Standard (use Report)
  • M.S. thesis (use Report with type containing 'm' and 'thesis')
  • PhD. dissertation (use Report with type containing 'phd')
  • Blog (use ElectronicSource with medium being 'Blog')
  • CD-ROM (use ElectronicSource with medium containing 'CD-rom')

To use this style, it should be copied to the Microsoft Office 12 style directory. Commonly this directory is located at:

%programfiles%\Microsoft Office\Office12\Bibliography\Style

Once the style is copied, 'IEEE' comes available in the list with styles supported by Microsoft Word 2007.

Check out the docx file with examples for more information.

  • The bibliography is now automatically formatted according to the 'Bibliography' style defined in Word.

Reviews for this release

Great! Thanks.
by rikard_land on Mar 25, 2009 at 10:33 AM
Great implementation! I wrote my own earlier, but this surpasses it and I've adopted this one for my own use. Thank you! If you'd like to see the source of mine for ideas, comparison, etc, you can grab it from:
by bradleycwru on Aug 14, 2008 at 11:27 PM