I'm currently working on my thesis in Word 2016 for Windows 10. I'm required to use the IEEE citation style and I want to have my bibliography ordered based on the order with which citations appear in the text.
Therefore, the first citation made in the text should always be labelled  - because if I have a citation (X) labelled  and I insert a new citation (Y) above it, the (Y) will become , and (X) will be updated to . The relevant reordering should also in the Bibliography section.
I've been trying to solve this for a few hours. MS Word 2016 comes with an IEEE citation style but it does not do this.
I downloaded 'IEEE Reference Order' from BibWord at https://bibword.codeplex.com/releases/view/19764 because I thought it was what I needed, but after installing it, I realised it only formats the bibliography slightly differently - unless I'm doing something wrong.
So onto my questions: 1. Is this possible using only Word 2016 + plugins? And if so what am I doing wrong? 2. If this is impossible without using some sort of custom software what options do I have?
Additionally, I'm aware of the question at: https://superuser.com/questions/1050384/ms-word-2013-ieee-citation-reference-number-order but it seems to be addressing reordering of multiple numbers within a single set of brackets, rather than what I'm asking