My output style is Bluebook; but I manually changed the style for some kinds.
I attach my library.
I use insert citation–> and make footnotes.
I want to ask how I can stop generating Id, or at, or , or . → those I can’t touch.
Also, I want to stop generating bibliography at the end of the documents. However, whenever I update the footnotes, bibliography is generated. How can I stop it?
My EndNote Library1 Copy.enl.zip (11.1 KB)
assume this is the reply to http://community.thomsonreuters.com/t5/EndNote-How-To/Italic-Id-supra-dot-and-automatic-bibliography/m-p/137691#M25639
I don’t see an output style attached, and since you edited it, any comments on the output would be difficult to predict.
I see the zip file with just the pointer file for your endnote library which isn’t very helpful. (Don’t open it or you will corrupt your library!)
I attach two images. The first shows where you would turn off the full bibliography (footnote)
the second shows were the repeated Id stuff if coming from, I assume. Since I don’t understand how those work, I am not sure I can tell you how they should be edited – but if the the at would only appear if there were cited pages – then something like:
Id.| at Cited Pages|, § Volume|
If you prefer the short form and no special handling, then select those options in your output style. I am not very knowledgable about Law styles or footnotes in general. (And am just another user, with no association to the company or tech support).