• R

    I use both Papers 3 and Manuscripts to compile my academic papers, and one thing I found frustrating is that after exporting the complete manuscript to word, the citation tokens (ie the citation tags that papers 3 recognises) are lost, and converted simply to text. This means if I want to change the citation style later in word, I can't do that, and have to manually do it again using magic citations. Papers 3 magic citations allows me to format citations in word from in-line to footnotes in a press of a button, but I can't seem to find that option in Manuscripts. Is there a way to retain the citation tokens when exported to word, so that I can reformat the manuscript in word as well? Hope I've made my question clear. This piece of software is otherwise the best writing tool I've seen.

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