The MLA citation style shows citations as (Author, YYYY) or some similar while I'd prefer it to style them numerically, like . I have tried BibWord, I don't know XML.
- Creating references that are bracketed numbers, not citation — not what I need, I really don't see an existing style (not even in the BibWord collection) which would do what I'm after.
- Improved APA citation format in Word 2007/2010? - related, but I don't think I can fiddle with BibWord Extender, it's a commandline tool.
- How to change the style of a source reference in Word? — OK, helpful, but I really wouldn't like to edit XML manually. The URL provided also is 404.
Please provide me with means of solving such task.
BibWord has a list of styles none of which match the requirement. It also has a tool which does not appear to do what I am after.
No, I'm not looking for ISO 690. The style requirement only has a few examples, like the one below.
 Guo, Z.Y., Zhu, H.Y., Liang, X.G., “Entransy - A physical quantity describing heat transfer ability,” Int. J. Heat Mass Transf., 50(13-14), pp. 2545-2556, (2007).