Dear Petros and Nils,
I think your problem is more likely to be with BibTeX rather than bibtex4word. BibTeX is quite fussy about the formatting of the database and it may be that the groups were upsetting it. If, after getting this error, you look at the file (entering a style of “/t” will open it in notepad) you will likely see an error messages from BibTeX of the form: Warning–I didn’t find a database entry for “xxx”. There may be some other error messages as well which might help to isolate the problem.
Let me know if you discover more, Mike.
i understand perfectly. the Pilcrow is our friend but can also be our worse enemy. it can leap from every directions. Hide, scurry, appear and disappear without a warning. What to do under those auspicious situations?
I may or may not have an answer for you. but try we may, and perhaps, God willing we’ll see the last of Pilcrow. that damning gnome from the depth of the deepest hard drive.
it is true, sometimes we must simply accept reality for what it is, cruel, unexpected, and incomprehensible. we live in a world where it is impossible to get away from the ordinary and extraordinary frustrations of ordinary experiences.
MS Word is meant to test our God given patience. the kind of virtue that most of us possess but few can master. where is this trial and tribulation going to take us is anyone’s guess, we need only to see what it represents: a supernatural plan that stares us in the eyes everyday till the end of days.
the long, bony, cold fingers are on our pulse following the rhythm of our insoluble emotions. wisdom, passion, action, have little use under these obsessive circumstances. only the Almighty has the final answer. the rest of must must live inconsolably our entire existence with the perennial Pilcrow.