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How do I build my footnote template so that when adding a reference in Word and specifying the specific pages of the Journal Article or Book section, the citation does not list both the pages and cited pages but only the cited pages?
When I cited page 105 of the fictious book below I get:
Smith, ‘The UN Security Council’ in Jones (ed.) International Organizations, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2010, 95-124, 105.
When I actually want:
Smith, ‘The UN Security Council’ in Jones (ed.) International Organizations, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2010, 105.
Thanks for helping,
Where would you do this? In a footnote? In the reference section? The conventions I usually follow would cite a page, in the citation or footnote and give the full ref in the bibliography, not just the cited page. But that is in the sciences. Hence the two templates would be different, one would have the cited page (if given) and the reference would have the pages of the whole work.
Unfortunately, endnote does not yet have the facility to do “If this is present - then omit that” to my knowledge.
Thanks for you answer.
I would do this in a footnote indeed. Since sometimes I would simply want to refer to another work or article, without wanting to refer to a specific part of said work or article and in other (most) occasions I do want to refer to a specific part of the cited work or article.
It seems than the only way to work around it is only to provide for ‘cited pages’ in the template and fill in the pages as cited pages if I want to refer to a work generally.