Changing punctuation to put multiple references in one footnote.

I’m using the Cite While You Write feature and for the most part it’s great.  But sometimes in a footnote I want to say something like, for more information, look at Source A, page 3 and Source B, page 77.  If I were typing this out, I’d either have a comma or a semi colon between the references, but it would be one sentence.

I’m using Chicago format and Endnote automatically puts a period at the end… which means my and is now a capital And, which makes no sense.

How can I selectively format the final punctuation?


To add as clarification, in the style format for Chicago, it does say that multiple citation separator should be a semi-colon, but it isn’t giving the semi-colon but a period.