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Bibtex "I found no \citation commands"

I am using bibtex to create my bibliography, however it gives me the 
following error:

"I found no \citation commands"

Which is fair enough since Im not using any, I just want a list of 
references at the end of the document without citing them in the text 
itself, is this possible?

Darren. 


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D.Bowen (3)
2/19/2005 3:07:11 PM
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Darren Bowen wrote:

> I am using bibtex to create my bibliography, however it gives me the 
> following error:
> 
> "I found no \citation commands"
> 
> Which is fair enough since Im not using any, I just want a list of 
> references at the end of the document without citing them in the text 
> itself, is this possible?
> 
> Darren. 
> 
> 
\nocite{*}
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n.m.jones (19)
2/19/2005 3:22:35 PM
Darren Bowen wrote:

> I am using bibtex to create my bibliography, however it gives me the 
> following error:
> 
> "I found no \citation commands"
> 
> Which is fair enough since Im not using any, I just want a list of 
> references at the end of the document without citing them in the text 
> itself, is this possible?

\nocite{*} gives you all entries in the .bib file, \nocite on 
specified items just gives you those items.

Maarten
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2/19/2005 3:23:50 PM
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