|New Field||Create a new field|
|Delete Field||Delete the current field (and copy it to the Clipboard)|
|Delete Field Content||Delete the content of the current field|
|Strip Delimiters||Remove delimiters (e.g. for numerical fields)|
|Strip Inner Braces||Remove braces inside a field|
|Expand String||Complete the current string (as defined in a @STRING entry)|
|Complete Field||Complete the contents of a field from other fields of the same type|
|New Bibliography Entry||Submenu --> Insert a new BibTEX entry|
|Delete Bibliography Entry||Delete the complete entry (and copy it to the Clipboard)|
|Generate Key||Suggest a key for the current entry and insert it (overwriting any existing key)|
|Clean Entry||Remove empty fields, align the lines and call Generate Key, if the key is empty|
|Clean Bibliography||Do this for the whole bibliography or for the current selection|
|Sort Bib File||Sort the bibliography database|
|Extract from Aux||Extract all \cite'd entries into a new bibliography file|
|Extract Annotations||Extract "annote" fields into separate files|
|Merge Annotations||Merge annotation files into the bibliography file|
|Find Entry||Find all entries containing a specified string (possibly a Regular Expression)|
|Info for current Field||What's this field supposed to contain?|
|BibTEX Documentation||Open TEXMF/doc/bibtex/btxdoc.dvi|
|bibMacros Manual||Open the bibMacros manual|
|Open configuration file||Open the bibMacros configuration file|
The macros are easily configurable by editing one global configuration file (you don't have to know (almost) anything about WinEdt's macro language).
You can customize, e.g.:
In a nutshell: It's a powerful set of macros.
Unzip the file in %b\Macros\LaTeX\ and execute the macro _Install.edt to install the menus.
The file bibMacros.pdf explains all commands and shows you how to configure the macros, should you not be satisfied with the defaults.
For WinEdt 5: bibMacros_5.zip [291 KB]
For WinEdt 7: bibMacros_7.zip [436 KB]
bibMacros.pdf [493 KB] (also included in zip file)
Package contributed by Robert <w.m.lgmx.net>.