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bwiernik Update instructions and remove Zotero 5 warning
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-<​html><​p id="​zotero-5-update-warning"​ style="​color:​ red; font-weight:​ bold">​We’re 
-in the process of updating the documentation for 
-<a href="​https://​www.zotero.org/​blog/​zotero-5-0">​Zotero 5.0</​a>​. Some documentation 
-may be outdated in the meantime. Thanks for your understanding.</​p></​html>​ 
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 ===== References appear in the wrong font in Word/​LibreOffice ===== ===== References appear in the wrong font in Word/​LibreOffice =====
  
-The word processor plug-ins apply the "default" (LibreOffice/​OpenOffice) or "​Normal"/"​Standard"​ (Word) style to generated citations and the paragraph in which they are inserted. The bibliography is rendered in a different style "bibliography". As a result, inserting a citation with Zotero can remove formatting (such as indents, line-spacing,​ font size, etc.) from an entire paragraph and the citation can appear in an unwanted font or format. You can correct the formatting by adjusting the standard/default ​style (for citations) and the bibliography ​style (for the bibliography) in your word processor. ​+The word processor plug-ins apply the "Default" (LibreOffice/​OpenOffice) or "​Normal"/"​Standard"​ (Word) style to generated citations and the paragraph in which they are inserted. The bibliography is rendered in a different style — "Bibliography" ​(Word) or "​Reference1"​ (LibreOffice/​OpenOffice). As a result, inserting a citation with Zotero can remove formatting (such as indents, line-spacing,​ font size, etc.) from an entire paragraph and the citation can appear in an unwanted font or format. You can correct the formatting by adjusting the "​Default/Normal/​Standard" ​style (for citations) and the "​Bibliography/​Reference1" ​style (for the bibliography) in your word processor. ​
  
 ==== Solutions ==== ==== Solutions ====
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 If your styles and formatting toolbar is open (it is a pull-down menu with a list of labels such as "​Normal",​ "Body Text", "​Heading 1") you can simply right-click on the "​Normal"​ or "​Bibliography"​ style and format it. Otherwise, select "​Styles and Formatting"​ from the Formatting toolbar or the Format Menu. See [[http://​office.microsoft.com/​en-us/​word/​HP051895621033.aspx|here]] for the official Microsoft instructions,​ and [[http://​www.ctl.calpoly.edu/​tech/​tutorials/​Access_Word2003Styles/​access_word2003styles.html|here]] for a longer guide with screenshots. If your styles and formatting toolbar is open (it is a pull-down menu with a list of labels such as "​Normal",​ "Body Text", "​Heading 1") you can simply right-click on the "​Normal"​ or "​Bibliography"​ style and format it. Otherwise, select "​Styles and Formatting"​ from the Formatting toolbar or the Format Menu. See [[http://​office.microsoft.com/​en-us/​word/​HP051895621033.aspx|here]] for the official Microsoft instructions,​ and [[http://​www.ctl.calpoly.edu/​tech/​tutorials/​Access_Word2003Styles/​access_word2003styles.html|here]] for a longer guide with screenshots.
  
-=== Word 2007 === +=== Word for Windows ​2007 and later === 
-In the "Home" Tab, first click on "Font" tab and choose the font and font-type you want to use and select ​"default" ​on the bottom of the window. You can change ​paragraph ​formatting ​(such as line spacing, indents, etc.) by doing the same on the "Paragraph" ​tab. There is also a "Styles" ​tab, where you can modify ​the "Normal" ​and the "​Bibliography"​ style. See  [[http://​www.lostintechnology.com/​how-to/​how-to-change-the-default-settings-in-microsoft-word-2007|here]] for a guide with screenshots.+Place your cursor in a Zotero citation or bibliography. Then, choose the dropbown button in the bottom right corner of the [[http://​www.addbalance.com/​word/​ribbonsHome.htm#​Styles|Quick Style picker]] on the "​Home"​ tab and choose ​"​Modify Style"​. Make the necessary changes to the font and paragraph formatting for the "​Normal"​ or "​Bibliography"​ styles ​and click "OK". You can also change ​the formatting ​for individual citations using the options in the "Font" ​and "Paragraph" ​groups of the "Home" ​tab. See [[http://​www.lostintechnology.com/​how-to/​how-to-change-the-default-settings-in-microsoft-word-2007|here]] for a guide with screenshots. 
 + 
 +=== Word for Mac 2008 and later === 
 +Place your cursor in a Zotero citation or bibliography. Then, click the [[https://​support.office.com/​en-us/​article/​Customize-styles-in-Word-for-Mac-1ef7d8e1-1506-4b21-9e81-adc5f698f86a|Styles Pane]] button at the end of the "​Home"​ tab. Click the Current Style title at the top of the pane and choose "​Modify Style"​. Make the necessary changes to the font and paragraph formatting for the "​Normal"​ or "​Bibliography"​ styles and click "​OK"​. You can also change the formatting for individual citations using the options in the "​Font"​ and "​Paragraph"​ options in the "​Format"​ menu. See [[https://​support.office.com/​en-us/​article/​Customize-styles-in-Word-for-Mac-1ef7d8e1-1506-4b21-9e81-adc5f698f86a|here]] for a guide with screenshots.
  
 === LibreOffice/​OpenOffice === === LibreOffice/​OpenOffice ===
kb/word_default_font.txt · Last modified: 2017/11/20 09:19 by bwiernik