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    Ann_in_Sweden Guest

    Smile References

    Hi,

    I am writing a technical report in English at work, and had a discussion with a colleague about references. In a text, is the abbreviation "Ref." written with a capital? (i.e. "see Ref. [X]")?

    Best regards,
    Anna, Sweden

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    Default Re: References

    All of these are used:

    See Ref.
    See ref.
    see Ref.
    see ref.

    It depends on the style guide you're using.

    All the best.

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