How can I cite two or more references to one word?

Guoyi Z. shared this question 3 months ago
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In the text, you can see, one word with more than one references. I enjoy the function from Citavi, such as direct quotation, but if I want to mark them while reading. How can I achieve this? Multi-references present in many many situations.

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Dear Guoyi,

Thank you for your question.

In this video, we show you how to create multiple citations: https://www.citavi.com/de/videos?id=b3YKs-O0HR4

Kind regards,

Jana

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Thanks, I can use this method.

But I mean how to achieve this function in Knowledge model?

/ce97b94060b7a1565ac0fc4550056e9bYou can see the same word, repeat again. I always cite using Citavi knowledge section because it's convenient to see which I cite and what the structure look like. Unfortunately, it may be not perfect as I imagined.

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Hi Guoyi,

You can only create multiple citations if you choose to add just the citation (and no additional text) to your Word document.

The text of two knowledge items will not be automatically combined or a multiple citation added at the end.

The citation always appears at the end of the respective knowledge item.

To merge them to a multiple citation, please delete the second citation (Zhang 2012), place your cursor in the first citation (Kern and Hensley 2011, p. 206) and choose "Insert advanced" > "Citation only".

Kind regards,

Jana

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Thanks, will Citavi support what I mean in the future?

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Hi Guoyi,

I have added your suggestion to our internal wish list for our developers.

Best regards,

Jana

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