Is there a way of preventing LaTeX class article from printing keyword References. Namely, I would like to get LaTeX to print references from my database processed by BibTeX in the regular fashion but I do not word References to appear on the document.
[Tex/LaTex] LaTeX, BibTeX and keyword Reference
thebibliographyenvironment to typeset the references as a
\section*. Additionally, it also modifies the headers appropriately to denote a *References "section". If you want to completely remove this from your output and just set the bibliography items, you could use
The first two command redefinitions (of
\@mkboth) just gobbles their arguments. Grouping keeps the redefinition local so you can still use
\section(and friends) afterword. A "cleaner" redefinition would be to use
Here's the original definition of
thebibliography, giving rise to the above redefinitions (I've marked the two commands we want to "remove" via the redefinitions):
The latter redefinition of
\sectionassumes the 5 arguments (or tokens) absorbed are
}are dropped by default)
and is therefore class-specific. You could even go one step further and redefine it (
\section) to do whatever you want as a replacement. For example
would leave a
20ptvertical space before printing the bibliography entries.