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Slightly off-topic, but I figured there must be enough people on this board who use LaTeX and might have some idea of the answer. Does anyone have any idea how I can insert text into citations in a LaTeX document ? (so that eg I can make the citation in the caption of a graph that I've used from another source read "(after Bob 2003)") Currently I'm using the harvard package for my citations, if that makes a difference. Other thing that is slightly irritating, is it possible to have the harvard package emphesis latin (et al. for multiple authors) ? I am aware of how to add text after my citations ( \cite[my text]{myKeys} - somehow (Bob 2003, after) doesn't have quite the same impact... ) & have tried STFW + the LaTeX manual, but with no success given my goals, although I assume there must be a way of achieving it ... possibly its another command ? Regards, NickB [edited by - NickB on May 30, 2004 3:54:43 PM]

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