In some footnotes I experienced the following problem. When I do not only enter a number in the “Pages” section in the Citation Manager but a more complex reference, EndNote adds additional numbers which do not belong there. For example:
“449, note 12” as “Pages” in the Citation Manager appears as “at 449, note 412” in the acutal footnote.
“§ 22 para. 6-9” as “Pages” in the Citation Manager appears as “at § 22 para. 26-29” in the footnote.
It appears EndNote is using its internal logic to provide you with a full range on pages, even though EndNote is doing so erroneously. I would suggest editing the selected output style to choose the Page Numbers setting of “Don’t change page numbers”. To try this:
2. In EndNote, click “Edit>Output Styles>Open Style Manager”.
3. Find the desired output style from this list of styles and then double-click on its name.
4. On the left of the Edit Style window, click on the “Page Numbers” tab.
5. I suspect the “Show the fulle range of pages” setting is selected here. Change this to “Don’t change page numbers”.
6. Click “File>Save As” to save this edited version of the style with a new name.
7. Close the Edit Style window.
8. Close the Style Manager window.
9. Make sure your library is open.
Return to your Word document.
In Word, click “Tools>EndNote X5>Bibliography Settings”.
Choose the newly customized version of your output style and click “OK”.
Please let me know if this helps.
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