The citations of articles in my footnotes should look like this:
The new millennium started in 20011) and continues to this day2). It will last until 3000.3) This is a huge problem.4)
1) Miller, The New Millennium, Paleontology 17 (2007), p. 12-45 [this is the page range of the whole article], 23.
2) Hancock, Today and Tomorrow, Historical Review 55 (2008), p. 56-78, 67.
3) Miller, Millennium, p. 44.
4) See, generally, Mayer, The Problem of the Duration of a Millennium, Social Studies 23 (2001), p. 122-155 [this is the page range of the whole article].
How do I have to set the Template for Journal articles to achieve that? I haven’t found a way; either it makes p. 12-45, p. 23, or there is no “p.” it all in certain cases.
My current template is:
Author, Title, Journal| Volume| (Year)|,[link adjacent text]p.[link adjacent text]Pages|,[link adjacent text]Cited Pages
Thank you for a tip
Message Edited by Helveticus on 10-24-2008 11:43 AM