# [Tex/LaTex] Referencing page number with only one reference

back-referencing

So I'm making this summary of a course where I've only been getting information from one book. Sometimes I want to show what page from the book a statement is taken from but I can't figure out a clean way of doing it.

Basically I would like to have something (in function) similar to:

"Statement[Book p123]"

Do you have any suggestions?

#### Best Answer

This is quite easy with BibLaTeX, though for a single reference, it may seem a little like overkill (then again, it'll get you familiar).

Here's a minimal example:

TeX File:

\documentclass{article}

\usepackage{biblatex}
\addbibresource{references.bib}

\begin{document}
Reference to the book: \cite{kopka2003guide}, and something found on some page:
\cite[p.~150]{kopka2003guide}.

% The content of the [] brackets is arbitrary.

\printbibliography
\end{document}


Bib File:

@book{kopka2003guide,
title        = {Guide to LaTeX (Adobe Reader)},
author       = {Kopka, H. and Daly, P.W.},
isbn         = 9780321617743,
year         = 2003,
publisher    = {Pearson Education}
}


Output