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dstillman [Using Zotero with Google Docs]
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dstillman [Limitations]
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 The cite options windows has a drop-down list of the different locator types ("​Page"​ is the default), and a text box in which you can enter the locator value (e.g. "​4-7"​). To cite a locator other than the ones listed (e.g., "​Table),​ use the Suffix field. The cite options windows has a drop-down list of the different locator types ("​Page"​ is the default), and a text box in which you can enter the locator value (e.g. "​4-7"​). To cite a locator other than the ones listed (e.g., "​Table),​ use the Suffix field.
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 +You can also add page numbers from the keyboard as you insert citations. Search for an item, press Enter once to add to the citing dialog, and then, before pressing Enter again to insert it into the document, simply type "​p.34"​ or similar, and the page number will be added to the citation.
  
 ==Prefix and Suffix== ==Prefix and Suffix==
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   * Citation inserts and edits slow down significantly as the number of citations increases. With 100+ citations, a single citation update can take up to 10 seconds, so for longer documents you'll want to disable automatic citation updates in the Zotero document preferences.   * Citation inserts and edits slow down significantly as the number of citations increases. With 100+ citations, a single citation update can take up to 10 seconds, so for longer documents you'll want to disable automatic citation updates in the Zotero document preferences.
-  * It's not possible to copy active Zotero citations between documents and keep them functional. Copying citations within a document should work without problems. 
   * Google Docs provides limited facilities for text formatting. Styles that use small caps fonts will not use a true small caps formatting style in Google Docs and will instead fall back to the "​Alegreya Sans SC" font. Citations that have been inserted with automatic citation updates disabled will be inserted with a gray background instead of dashed underlining like in Word and LibreOffice.   * Google Docs provides limited facilities for text formatting. Styles that use small caps fonts will not use a true small caps formatting style in Google Docs and will instead fall back to the "​Alegreya Sans SC" font. Citations that have been inserted with automatic citation updates disabled will be inserted with a gray background instead of dashed underlining like in Word and LibreOffice.
   * If someone views the document without having the Zotero Connector installed, or if you download the document instead of first making a copy and unlinking citations, active citations in the document will show up as links leading to URLs such as https://​www.zotero.org/​google-docs/?​abc123.   * If someone views the document without having the Zotero Connector installed, or if you download the document instead of first making a copy and unlinking citations, active citations in the document will show up as links leading to URLs such as https://​www.zotero.org/​google-docs/?​abc123.
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