2 weeks ago
My EndNote X9 library has numerous duplicate references. I would like to clean it up but have no way to tell which record number of a reference was used in which paper. If I pick a method and say, delete the newest version of a refernce, I am worried that I will run into issues down the road. Is there any way to prevent citation problems, or how do I deal with them when they inevitably do arise?
A similar question was asked ~1 year ago by a different user, but no replies were posted. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Any existing manuscripts, as long as the paper is not "convert to unformated citations" (curly bracketed) will retain all the information it needs to update citations (in a traveling library, embedded in the field). Even if you do convert to unformated citations and then update - it might ask you to select the correct record from a limited list including the one you retained to insert and replace it.