Change the format of citations

Erebros 21 Reputation points

Good afternoon everyone,

I am currently stuck with a problem regarding the automatic generated citing of Microsoft Word.
Within a document I need to refer and cite a lot of sources. Unfortunately, I have to stick to a specific method of citing. Within the text my citation should be refereed as: [1].

So far I know that I have to use the IEEE style for this kind of reference.
I have to stick to the rule, that I have to state the page where I found the information. I was told to refer like this: [1, p. 3] or [1, pp. 3-5] to avoid that I have to create a new reference if I want to use a a different page of an already used source.

I do not know if this is even possible, so I would be very thankful for your help.

With best regards,

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  1. Erebros 21 Reputation points

    Thank you very much. I feel a little dumb that I did not discovered this by my own. I got lost in the settings of the citations & bibliography tab.
    Thanks again, I hope you have a wonderful day.

    Best regards,

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