There are many states, Florida included, which have established, and mandatory, rules for citations. Florida’s is contained in the Florida Appellate Rule 9.800.
While Florida’s attorneys can individually modify the standard citation forms it makes absolutely no sense for each of them to do it individually. For those states which have well defined citation formats it would make more sense for Corel to do it once - correctly, and market a state specific version, even at a somewhat higher cost.
If Corel doesn’t want to market individualized versions it could publish the step=by-step modification directions for each jurisdiction. I’m sure one or two attorneys could be found in each such state to do this. I suggest two so the results can be compared and differences resolved.