Mon, 2 Dec 2002 13:24:47 +0000 (GMT)
--- Anurag Sharma <Anurag.Sharma@anu.edu.au> wrote:
> I changed my \bibliographystyle from agsm to chicago. The result is
> that I
> am getting references with enumeration. I reverted to agsm.bst but
> am still
> getting the numbers in front of each reference. How do I remove
I may be naive to raise this question: did you run bibtex after
reverting to agsm.bst? It is this step that generates the labels of
one's bibliographic items. The correct procedure to compile your
source file after a change in stuff related to bibtex is this:
1. latex/pdflatex source.tex (to generate the recent source.aux)
2. bibtex source (to generate source.bbl; this contains the way
citations are printed)
3. latex/pdflatex source.tex
4. latex/pdflatex source.tex (the fourth step is required only if the
labels in the .bbl file have changed. Such a change will be
recognised only at the end of step 3.
Hope this solves your problem.
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