I am trying to format a paper for Microbial Cell Factories, which requires consecutive references as [1,2], however when I use the Microbial Cell Factories style sheet it still formats as  .
I have checked the style sheet under citations, numbering and “Use number ranges for consecutive citations” is selected.
Is there another option to enforce this?
Is there a space between the two refs? - if so deleted it and reformat.
I have tried deleting and reformatting. I have also tried to manually edit the brackets, but it automatically corrects this.
Please attach your output style (see links below the text window when you reply). I just tried it with the installed style and with the newly downloaded style, and it works for me. You can’t delete the brackets to join them. But there can’t be a space between the two inserted refs either. In my version (EndnoteX4, Word2003) at least, it works as it should.
Thanks, I had to unformat the citations, then edit the references before I rebuilt the citations, looks like it worked.
It took a few goes to get it all done.
Thanks for your help