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Default Moving a full stop to the other end of a citation

Hi All,

I've written a 167,000-word academic document. It's all ready to go but I've just been told that my full stops are on the wrong side of the citations.

At the moment I have:

.. (CITATION)

What I need is:

(CITATION).

Unfortunately, as there are over a thousand citations in the document it would take an awfully long time to go through and change them all.

I had presumed that this would be a case of an easy find/replace, but I'm not sure what represents a citation in find/replace.

The citations look something like this when field codes are on:

{CITATION Cur78 \p 63 \1 2057}

If anyone could help me I would be very, very grateful!

Best,

Ifan
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