Thanks for the confirmation and attaching your output style. It’s possible to generate both the footnote and bibliographic entry in the format you’ve specified(see Image3_MS Word Result). However, based on examining your output style there are a few questions and caveats:
- Upon examining the fields of your output style’s assorted bibliography templates it seems you’re incorporating fields names not specified within the actual EndNote reference types – so does this mean you created custom fields? For example, the Conference Proceedings bibliographic template incorporates the fields “Place” and “Published Year” but this field name does not appear in the actual Conference Proceedings reference type – so did you create a custom field? If so please be aware that departing from the standard EndNote field names will create problems when exporting/importing references from online databases as the information as the information won’t be funneled to the correct field. So in the case of the conference proceeding reference the exported/imported year will be placed in “Year of Conference”, not Published Year.
Field names must “match-up” to those within the reference type templates, reference types, and output style templates in order to generate the desired result.
Since I don’t know how you’ve setup the fields in the assorted EndNote reference types my instructions are based on the standard reference types fields. So Year of Conference and Conference Location will be used (instead of Place and Published Year).
If you’re citing from Magagna et al. was wondering why the paper seems to be classified in EndNote as a Conference Proceeding rather than a Conference Paper? (Since the bibliography template did not include a conference paper template I’m assuming Magagna et al. is being treated as a Conference Proceeding.)
Your footnote templates include “Vgl.” but since this isn’t shown in your desired footnote format so they’re deleted from the two templates. (See image #3 for resulting footnote).
Your bibliographic template does not include a period at the end of the template (result shown in image #3). If a period is needed add a period to the template.
Ok, now onto the instructions.
To generate both the footnote and bibliographic entry as you described and shown in image #3, modifications are needed to: 1) add a custom field to the reference type template; 2) populate the custom field in the reference type field with the first line of the bibliographic entry; 3) modify the output style’s bibliography and footnote settings.
STEP 1: ADD A CUSTOM FIELD TO THE REFERENCE TYPE TEMPLATE (See image #1, Step 1)
Go to the EndNote toolbar, select EDIT, PREFERENCES which causes the “EndNote Preferences” dialog window to appear on-screen. In the left column, click REFERENCE TYPES then on the right-side click MODIFY REFERENCE TYPES which causes the “Modify Reference Types” to appear on-screen.
[Refer to image #1]. In the Modify Reference Types dialog window click the pull-down menu and select CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. Then scroll down the list until you reach the Custom Fields section. Choose an unused custom field number which also isn’t Fused in the other reference types (so you’ll need to check each reference type) which will be dedicated to contain just the first line of the bibliographic entry: Magagna, Gasimov, Sutanto /Mobile search engine as a business model/.
For this example, we’ll use Custom 8 and name the field: BibAuthor/ShortTitle/. If you’ve confirmed Custom 8 isn’t in use in each of the other reference types you can add the field globally across all reference types by clicking “Apply to All Ref Types” but for this example, we’ll modify only the Conference Proceedings reference type so click OK and again OK to exit from the EndNote Preferences window.
STEP 2: ENTER INFO IN THE BIBAUTHOR/SHORTTITLE/ FIELD (See image #1, Step 2)
Open the Conference Proceedings reference type and scroll down the field names until you reach the BibAuthor/ShortTitle/Field.
Enter the bibliographic line 1 information in the field: Magagna, Gasimov, Sutanto /Mobile search engine as a business model/.
Exit the reference to save the changes.
STEP 3: MODIFY THE OUTPUT STYLE’S BIBLIOGRAPHY TEMPLATES, AUTHOR NAMES, AND FOOTNOTE “AUTHOR LISTS” TEMPLATES (See image #2)
- Modify the bibliography template of the output style. Go to the EndNote toolbar, select EDIT, OUTPUT STYLES, EDIT WI_2 which causes the dialog box to appear on-screen.
a. Locate the bibliography section and click “Templates”. (See image #2, Step 3)
b. In the right-column locate the Conference Proceedings bibliography template and make the following field name changes:
1) Replace Author /Short Title/ with: BibAuthor/ShortTitle
2) Replace Published Year with: “Year of Conference.
Modify the author name setting of the output style. Click to select “Author Name” then change the initials setting to: Full Name. (see image #2, Step 4).
Modify the footnote section of the output style:
a. Change the “Author Lists” setting of the footnote template so the footnoted entry lists “et. al” for 4 or more authors (not 3 authors as you specified “more than 3”. Locate thee “Footnotes” section then click “Templates”. (Not illustrated).
b. Change the footnote template. The two footnote templates include “Vgl.” which will be displayed as “Vgl. Magagna, Gasimov, Sutanto /Mobile search engine as a business model/”. Since your example did not display “Vgl.” Delete this portion in the footnote template. (Not illustrated).
9. Close the output style to save the modifications. Note that this will be saved as a new file (WI_2 Copy) so adjust both EndNote and MS Word to use the new output style file.
Repeat items #1 through 5 for each reference type needed for your document (e.g., Journal Article, Book, Book Section, etc.). Then generate the in-text footnotes and bibliography in MS Word (see Image 3 for example of the final result.