I use endnote X5 and word 2010.
I like to create special footnotes in my dissertation like following:
Vgl. Glöckler (1995), S. 12; Schneider (1991), S. 3; Merkle (1992), S. 45.
I use the following (footnotes - templates , using footnote format - multiple citation seperator “;”) generic footnote :
Vgl. Author (Year), Cited Pages
If I use the latter, I’ll get this output:
Vgl. Glöckler (1995), S. 12; Vgl. Schneider (1991), S. 3; Vgl. Merkle (1992), S. 45.
so there are two “Vgl” too much - “Vgl” should appear only at the beginning by multiple citation.
How could I solve the problem? I need the command that “Vgl” only appears at the beginning!
I know I could paste “Vgl” in Word, but I write a disseration and each of the hundreds of footnotes beginns with the german acronym “Vgl”