I want insert two reference lists in one word file. The first reference list should consists of a group of articles (which are in a certain group in my biblography), but which do not appear as references in the word file before. The second reference list should be a standard list with all the references mentioned in the text before. The second list makes no problems, however I can’t find out how to insert the first list?
Any suggestions how to solve this problem?
Thanks for your help!
The quickest/easiest method is to create an independent reference list that can be copied and pasted. Select the references from your Endnote library, hold the control key CTRL (Windows) then drag the references into an MS Word blank document. The list of references will be displayed and can be copied and pasted into the appropriate location of your primary document. Just note that the drawback of using an independent reference list is that there won’t be any Endnote field codes so the list can’t be updated.
If you want to retain the Endnote field codes you can create multiple bibliographies within the same document by:
- Using MS Word to insert Section Breaks within the document (on the 1st page where file 1 starts, go to the Page Layout tab, click on Breaks, and then select Continuous; insert another page break on the 1st page where file 2 begins).
- Changing the output style’s “Section” setting to generate a bibliography after each section.
For further information about creating multiple bibliographies refer to the Endnote training video “Multiple Bibliographies”. Also refer to the manual by going to the Endnote toolbar and selecting Help then searching for “creating multiple bibliographies”.