I couldn’t find this issue within the FAQ or the forums, so here goes.
Every time I change a citation, the instant formatting creates ANOTHER bibliography without deleting the existing one. Suddenly I have an extra 100+ pages of bibliography! Simple erasing doesn’t work; unformatting, erasing, and formatting again is pretty time-consuming.
I am working in outline view in Word 2003 with EndNote 9, APA 5th, UK English; until this, it’s been great. I assume I accidently changed some setting, but what is it?
I don’t know what has caused it, but this is what I would do. First make a copy of the document. Then unformat all the endnote references (select all, and unformat bibliography from the word, endnote toolbar); delete all the bibliographies. Save the document. If you have other automated tables (table of contents or table of figures, etc) I would also remove those. It is important to make sure that the bibliography isn’t_ in _ another field. At this point, you could also “unlink fields” (there is a special endnote toolbar to do this, but you can also use the Word, unlink fields shortcut (ctrl+shift+F9)). Save the document. Now try to format the bibliography (and turn back on CWYW from the tab in the format bibliography menu). I really don’t see what Vista would have to do with it…