In many reference types, you must include the page numbers of the work, for example journal articles, newspaper articles, and contributions in edited books. Citation styles format page numbers in myriad ways. Here are a few examples: 357-389, 357-89, 357, 357ff., P. 357-389, pp. 357-389. The same applies for cited page numbers.
Select either the Page range or Quotation page range component and click Edit component.
If necessary, enter prefixes and suffixes. The example shown would be used for the following formatting: p. 112 and pp. 357-389
To avoid line breaks appearing after the prefix or before the suffix, enter non-breaking spaces by pressing Ctrl+Spacebar rather than just the Spacebar.