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Items that are orphaned (not connected to any items in your Zotero database) will not have an “Open in My Library” button. The “Prefix” and “Suffix” text boxes allow you to specify text to respectively precede and follow the automatically generated cite.
Orphaned items can exist if they were inserted by a collaborator from their My Library or a group you don't have access to or if you they were deleted from your Zotero library. For example, instead of “Tribe 1999”, you might want “cf. Any text in the prefix and suffix fields can be formatted with the HTML tags (for italics), (bold), . Prefixes and suffixes can be applied to each item in a citation to create complex citations.
Unlink Zotero citations in the document by removing the field codes.
Finally, make your adjustments to the bibliography text.
Clicking the “Add/Edit Bibliography” () button inserts a bibliography at the cursor location. For example: ”(see Smith 1776 for the classic example; Marx 1867 presents and alternate view)“.
You can edit which items appear in the bibliography by clicking the “Add/Edit Bibliography” button again, which will open the bibliography editor. Manual edits made to the bibliography in Word will be overwritten the next time Zotero refreshes the document. Modifying citations by entering text into the Prefix and Suffix fields is always preferable to directly typing in the citation fields in Word.
Select an item by clicking on it or by pressing Enter/Return when it is highlighted.
The item will appear in the dialog box in a shaded bubble.