I am writing a literature review just now and having a couple of End Note issues.
If I highlight a section of my essay for example the introduction inluding my Endnote citations its telling me I have 150 words however I only have 98 its as if the words in the actual references at the end are being included.
How do I fix this?
Also is there a way to create a seperate Bibliography in addition to my reference list for the sources I consulted but have not cited in the essay?
You can create a separate bibliography by: 1) entering a “code” (e.,g., “1”) in a custom field for each primary reference; 2) modify the output style’s sort order to sort by the custom field followed by Author+Date. The result will separate the primary references from the secondary ones (listing the primary group first).
What output style are you using? In-text citations are generated by the Citation template in the EndNote output style. If you delete the template you’ll be able to generate just the bibliography by: 1) placing your cursor at the end of your document; 2) selecting the relevant references from your EndNote library (the ones to appear in the bibliography); and 3) select “Insert Citations” (note that deleting the Citation template will generate just the bibliography).
I am using word 2010, it is strange that the word count works fine in a unformatted document when I convert but something in the end note citations or codes or something is messing it up
And thanks for the copy and past idea I think for my separate Bibliography I should move all the unused references in to a group set then select all copy and paste if I have understood which really helps me so thanks