I wanted to create a custom template without the brackets (e.g. IEEE citations look like this:    etc.). I want my references to look like this instead: 1 2 3 (no brackets surrounding the numbers).
The below guide shows how to do it (very easily) in APA format.
Unfortunately, this does not work on the IEEE style template (does the IEEE style template even use the OpenBracket and CloseBracket templates? I'm starting to think it doesn't. It creates them and then never references them anywhere else).
Any help? I feel like this shouldn't be this hard, but I don't see an easy way to do this with Word.
Edit: Found it! Instead of following the instructions for the OpenBracket and CloseBracket templates in the provided guide, you need to do it for the SecondaryOpen and SecondaryClose templates (the non-APA ones). The problem is that this changes some things in the Bibliography too, so it doesn't work right. I think I might need to create a new template in the sheet and find out where the citation reference calls that template and just change it to the new template.