I’ve been using Endnote for a few years and this is the first time I’ve had this problem. When I insert a citation into my Word 2007 (Windows XP) thesis template, after inserting the citation into the text I am immediately taken to the end of the Word document. The thesis template has worked fine up until now. I uninstalled Endnote X1 and did a fresh install and this is still happening. I don’t think its a Word problem. I tried inserting regular text and this occurred with no problems.
Thanks, I did what you said and followed CwYW15, but I’m not sure what to do next. As per the instructions I copies the document to a new doc page, but there are no references at the bottom of this new document.? There are also no references at the bottom of the copy of the document I used to do CWYW15. I don’t really understand what I’m doing.
OK I get it. I reformatted the bibliography and that worked. Thanks again.
You probably need to reformat the document - and at the same time turn back on CWYW from the third tab of the dialog menu.
The jumping phenomena, appears to associated with a corrupted field I guess. What the faq gets you to do, is to unformat all the references (so there aren’t any Endnote fields left), returning the document to curly bracketed form. I like to select all before I do this too, to make sure they are all unformatted. Then you remove any residual fields in the document with the crl+6.
Then I am not exactly sure why you copy it to a new document, but if I need to do this, I usually copy everything except the last paragraph symbol, as that has some special info in it too. In theory, this is a new document, so CWYW should be engaged, but if it isn’t formatting, then Format it manually and turn on the CWYW. .