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word_processor_plugin_troubleshooting [2019/07/03 09:35]
adomasven [Mac]
word_processor_plugin_troubleshooting [2019/10/31 01:52]
dstillman [Citations/bibliography highlighted]
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-Word and LibreOffice will highlight Fields/​Reference Marks on your screen to indicate that the text is automatically generated. This can help you avoid accidentally manually typing in the fields (to edit the text shown in a Zotero citation, see [[/​support/​word_processor_plugin_usage#​customizing_cites|Customizing Cites]]). These highlights are only shown on screen and won't appear if you print or save the document as a PDF.  +See [[kb/​citations_highlighted|Citations Highlighted]].
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-You can change the settings for highlighting Fields/​Reference Marks in your word processor:​ +
-  * **[[https://​helpdeskgeek.com/​office-tips/​show-field-shading-in-word-and-convert-the-fields-to-plain-text/​|Word for Windows]]:​** In Word Options, open "​Advanced",​ then set "Field shading"​ to "​Never",​ "​Always",​ or "When selected"​. +
-  * **Word for Mac:** Open Word -> Preferences -> View and set "Field shading"​ to "​Never",​ "​Always",​ or "When selected"​. +
-  * **[[https://​help.libreoffice.org/​Writer/​About_Fields|LibreOffice]]:​** Open Tools -> Options -> LibreOffice -> Application Colors and check/​uncheck the "Field shadings"​ box. You can also control the color used for field shadings. +
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-See also [[kb/​citations_highlighted|Citations Highlighted]].+
  
 ===== Citations converted to plain text ===== ===== Citations converted to plain text =====
word_processor_plugin_troubleshooting.txt · Last modified: 2020/08/25 14:41 by dstillman