Answered By: Martin Wolf Last Updated: Jun 13, 2017 Views: 589
Answered By: Martin Wolf
Last Updated: Jun 13, 2017 Views: 589
You can edit how EndNote displays your formatted references in Word documents. You can alter the display of in-text citations, or bibliography lists, or both.
To do so, follow these instructions.
- In EndNote, got to Edit > Output Styles and then click next to the style you wish to edit (you will need to click "OpenStyle Manager" if the style you want to edit isn't immediately available). In the case below, I will be selecting the Harvard Style.
- The list of options will then disappear. Now repeat the same steps as above - go to Edit > Output styles, only this time you will be able to click Edit "STYLE X" (in this case, Style X is Harvard).
- You will now be presented with a dialogue box from which you can choose to edit many different elements on the output style. In this example, I am altering the number of author names that appear in an in-text citation.
- Once you have made all the changes you want, close the dialogue box by click the X in the top right hand corner. You will be asked if you want to save your changes. Click Yes, and give the style a suitable name.