I need to turn to the techie & online publishing experts for help on this - does anyone know of a good way (resource, whatever) to either learn or perform the in-text citations that link to bibliographies when you format a book for epublishing?
I want to turn my graduate thesis into an ebook, and I'd like to do it with live links in the citations that will take readers to the bibliography and other end notes. It might be way easier than I think, but I'd sure appreciate any tips or war stories anyone can share here.
Thanking you in advance . . .
Good evening Marcy.
I use the following style sheet. It works for me.
http://www.utoledo.edu/library/help/gui … Astyle.pdf
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