For the first time i write a reference with multiple authors, I need to list all authors and not use “et al.” Can you plase advise how to list all authors in a systematic way or is the only way to use the Prefix option in edit mode and type them all in manually?
Change the citation “Author Lists” setting* in the Harvard output style to: List all author names. (See attached image.) A copy of the modified output style is attached for your reference.
Go to the EndNote toolbar, select Edit > Output Styles > Edit Harvard. This causes the Harvard dialog box to appear.
In the Harvard output style locate the “Citations” section and click on “Author Lists” (see attached image). Change the citation “Author Lists” setting* in the Harvard output style to: List all author names. (Note that this causes the first in-text citation will list all authors but subsequent appearance of the citation will be abbreviated to list only the first author followed by “et al.”.)
Close the Harvard output style. Changes will be saved to a new file named “Harvard Copy” so adjust both EndNote and MS Word to use “Harvard Copy”.
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Thank you, this worked apart from a small issue. It fails to put a comma after the first author so for example, (StarkeyHatchuel and Tempest, 2004) should read (Starkey, Hatchuel and Tempest, 2004). Any ideas?
Here is a version that should incorporate the missing comma.
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