Any idea why footnotes get corrupted when

Any idea why footnotes get corrupted when I switch from APA to Harvard.

Below is an example. And it should be noted that the Hesselgrave reference isn’t in the original footnote. It is elsewhere in my document, but definitely note here. How did this happen?

This has happened twice when switching from APA to Harvard. I spent a couple hours redoing the work that was destroyed only to have it happen again. Here’s the example:

[1] The prosecutor’s refusal was based on his understanding that “. . . Article 12 of the Rome Statue established that only a ‘state’ could confer jurisdiction on the court . . …” HESSELGRAVE, D. J. 1991. Communicating Christ Cross-Culturally, Zondervan.HESSELGRAVE, D. J. 1991. Communicating Christ Cross-Culturally, Zondervan.HESSELGRAVE, D. J. 1991. Communicating Christ Cross-Culturally, Zondervan.HESSELGRAVE, D. J. 1991. Communicating Christ Cross-Culturally, Zondervan.(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)(Hesselgrave, 1991, p. 103)

Are you generating footnotes by using MS Word’s “Insert Footnote” function before switching to EndNote to select/insert the desired citations? I was able to generate footnotes in this manner with X5 (Windows 7)  in a test document then switched from APA to Harvard and reversed the process without problem. BUT noticed that both the APA and Harvard output styles do not have built-in footnote templates so the footnote citations appear the same as the bibliographic style - so you first may need to construct footnote templates for both styles.  This does not, however, explain the odd repeated footnote citation in your example.

The repetition may possibly indicate a problem with your document or a Mac-related issue. Have you tried  testing on a new document to see if the problem persists - if not, this may lend support to the notion that the main document may be corrupted. Hard to say if the problem might be Mac-related so contact tech support: http://www.endnote.com/support/entechform.asp