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EndNote

Editing & Managing citations

    Adding page numbers to a citation (this only works with author-date styles).

  • Highlight a single citation by placing your cursor on it. Click on the Edit & Manage Citation(s) button.
  • For a style such as APA 6th which allows for placement of page numbers in-text, type the page number into the Pages box and click OK.
  • For other styles, use the Suffix box, type your page numbers exactly as you want them to appear, for example, pp.18-19. Click OK.
   Adding text before a citation (this only works with author-date styles)

      You can add text before or after a citation, eg. “as cited in” or “see also” .

  • Highlight a single citation by placing your cursor on it
  • Click on the Edit & Manage Citation(s) button.
  • In the Prefix box, type the text, e.g. see also, followed by a space, click on OK. (The space is needed to separate it from the author name.  When using a Suffix, insert the space before your text).
  • You citation now appears in the format of (see also Smith, 2008)
   Deleting a formatted citation 

      It is absolutely essential to use the Edit & Manage Citation(s) command to remove an unwanted citation, rather than backspace
     or delete keys. All associated EndNote field codes will be safely deleted from your document. To safely delete a formatted citation:

  • In Word, highlight the citation you want to delete.
  • From the EndNote tab, click the Edit & Manage Citation(s) button. In the Edit & Manage Citations dialog, ensure that the citation you want to delete is highlighted. If the citation is part of a multiple citation, make sure you select just the citation you want to delete.
  • From the Edit Reference menu, click Remove Citation.
  • Click OK.