How to start a sentence with a citation?
The endnotes (by default) provides the name of the author and the year between brackets regardless its “location” on the sentence. For example, if we start the sentence by the citation then the name of the author should be followed by the year between brackets. Then how this sort of citation can be done in the endnote? Do I need to this citation manually?
please, have a look on the attached screenshots,
Thank you for the help,
This kind of adjustment was a common request, and in X5, they added the option, but in X4, you have to select and drag the author name out of the parentheses, and then edit citation to hide author via the Edit Citation facility as shown in your second attachment (or it will reappear when Endnote next updates the citations).
Thank you Leanne for the contribution.
Yes. X5 is much better! The “Author (year)” can be obtained easily now
X5 still missing an important feature: how to cite and reference the “Web Sites” particularly the images we use in our reports that we obtain from the net.
Is there a way?