Hi, I’ll be very grateful if anyone knows how to make EndNote handle author names which contain more elelements than given names, surnames and suffixes. Specifically, the names of aristocrats. I.e., George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. I need it to appear in a bibliography as “Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of” and in a footnote as “George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham”. Using Chicago 15th A, I’ve tried putting “Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of” into the author field, which gives me the correct bibliography entry, but produces a footnote that reads " George Villiers Buckingham, duke of." Thank you.
Are you creating the footnote using the word processor (e.g., MS Word) or by a template? Also, did you try editing the footnote’s citation?
I can’t suggest any neat solution. EndNote was set up to format references in scientific publications, so it assumes that the name is something like “George Villiers Buckingham, Jr.”
That explains why the references format correctly in the bibliography, because EndNote is formatting them as if the name was: Buckingham, George Villiers, Jr.
But it doesn’t work in the footnote, because EndNote is formatting them as if the name was: George Villiers Buckingham, Jr.