KBibTeX follows the standard KDE menu scheme. So it has many menu entries that are common for all KDE applications. More information on these menu entries can be found this help section.
Below, you can find descriptions for KBibTeX-specific menu entries.
Delete currently selected element in the bibliography list.
Allows you to find and remove duplicates in the currently opened bibliography.
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Open Edit Element window to enter a new bibliography entry.
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Open Edit Element window to enter a new comment that are not taken in regard by BibTEX.
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Open Edit Element window to enter a new bibliography preamble that defines how special text should be formatted in your bibliography.
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Open Edit Element window to edit the currently selected bibliography element.
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Open local or remote document for the currently selected entry in the bibliography list.
The link to the document can be added or edited using External tab of Edit Element window.
The Add button can be used to add a link to remote page.
The Add file... drop down box is used to select some local file and add a reference or the whole file to the current bibliography.
If you click on the currently selected item will be cleared.
Click on the button to open the document link in the browser.
Click on the button to remove the currently selected document item.
To rearrange items in the document list use and buttons.
Eventually, the button can be used to save remote documents locally.
Try to find some PDF documents for the currently selected bibliography entry in the Internet.
You can Ignore, Download or just Use URL only for the entry.
Allows you to format identifiers for the currently selected bibliography entries according to the default formatting.
The default identifiers formatting can be defined using Id Suggestions page of KBibTeX configuration dialog.
Allows you to select a color label to the currently selected bibliography entries or remove such label ().
The color labels can be configured using Color & Labels page of KBibTeX configuration dialog.
Send references to the currently selected bibliography entries to LyX or Kile.