# [OS X TeX] BibDesk question

Kevin Coffey kcoffey at umich.edu
Fri Dec 15 15:52:48 EST 2006

```I am relatively new to BibDesk and was hoping that someone could help me
with the following issue. Suppose I have an article:

Doe, John. 1995. "Insert Title Here", Journal of Something 26(5):
295-324,

which is re-printed in a collection:

Smith, Jane, ed. 2001. Title of Collection. City, State: University
Press.         (**)

When I cite the Doe article in the text, I cite it as 'Doe (1995)', and
not 'Doe (2001)'. In my bibliography, the entry for Doe (1995) appears as:

Doe, John. 1995. "Insert Title Here", Journal of Something 26(5):
295-324. Reprinted in Smith (2001), pp. 116-145,         (*)

because I've added the note "Reprinted in Smith (2001), pp.116-145" to
the entry. But I also want the Smith (2001) entry -- (**) above --  to
occur in the bibliography, and so I've had to go back and insert the
entry manually using the '\nocite' command. Here is my question: is
there any way to set things up so that whenever I cite Doe (1995) in the
text, both the Doe and the Smith entries are automatically generated in
the bibliography (i.e., entries (*) and (**), respectively)? I have
tried cross-referencing the Doe and Smith entries, but then the Doe
entry ends up looking like:

Doe, John. "Insert Title Here". In Smith (2001): 295-324,

which means that I loose the original, journal-specific citation. I'm
looking to have both (*) and (**) generated in the bibliography whenever
I cite Doe (1995). Could anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks!
--Kevin