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Re: (Rogers, 2003)(Rogers 2003)(Rogers, 2003)(Rogers, 2003)(Rogers, 2003)(Rogers, 2003)

The corruption is in the fields/citations not usually in the bibliography.  Did you run thru the steps in the FAQ I recommended? 

 

http://endnote.com/kb/81143

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(Rogers, 2003)(Rogers, 2003)(Rogers, 2003)(Rogers, 2003)

i run the steps of FAQ but it remains

{Angelakopoulos, 2011 #15}(Angelakopoulos & Mihiotis, 2011)(Angelakopoulos & Mihiotis, 2011)(Angelakopoulos and Mihiotis 2011)(Angelakopoulos & Mihiotis, 2011)(Angelakopoulos & Mihiotis, 2011)(Angelakopoulos & Mihiotis, 2011)(Angelakopoulos & Mihiotis, 2011). what should i do to delete the additional citations, should i do it manual, or i have other choices?

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Re: Formatting in-text citation brackets (paranthesis)

Hi,

 

I have a question. I have just downloaded Endotes X7. I am using CWYW with Chicago 16th A output style. I can enter the unformatted references into my document. The problem is that when I go to Endnotes and select 'Update Citations & Bibliography' or 'Configure Bibliography' the unformatted references simply disappears from the document.

 

Can anyone please advise me how to rectify this problem - or what I am doing wrong? Thanks, Jo

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Re: Formatting in-text citation brackets (paranthesis)

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You are using an output style that has no "citation" template.  This is often the case if it is a "footnote" output style. This is the case with the output style you are using.  It is intended to be used only in footnotes; that is to use the word processor to insert a footnote and to insert the citation into the footnote.   If this is the required format for your publication destination, you need to convert your citations to footnotes.  I think there is a macro, or Endnote's tech support might be able to help in the conversion.  Otherwise, try switching to an Author, Date or numbered format.  

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Re: Formatting in-text citation brackets (paranthesis)

I'm having the opposite problem. I'm using Chicago 16th Author-Date which requires that in text citations be in the format of (Brown 2003) but it is displaying as Brown (2003).

 

I followed the instructions given here to locate the citation template for Chicago 16th Author-Date and found it shows two formats. The first is titled Citation and looks like (Author Year|, Cited Pages|). The second is titled Citation - Author (Year) and looks like Author (Year|, Cited Pages|).

 

For some reason, the first option is not showing up on the drop-down menu in CWYW when I insert a reference. I tried deleting the Citation-Author (Year) from the template but EndNote continues to use that format as the default.

 

A couple weeks ago I wrote a paper using Chicago Author-Date and the default option in the drop down menu was (Author Year) not Author (Year), so I'm not sure what has happened.

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Re: Formatting in-text citation brackets (paranthesis)

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Can you take some screen shots and can you attach them, and can you attach the actual output style you are currently using if it is altered?   

 

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Re: Formatting in-text citation brackets (paranthesis)

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In the drop down, the "default" should be (Author, Year) format.  It doesn't show it though, just default.  -- it shows Author (year) as the second option?  I see you can't easily "snip" that option in Word - it disappears as soon as you click on the other program, unless you Ctrl+Prnt Screen.  

 

By the way, if there is more than one citation, cited, -- it greys out the options because Author (year) can only be applied to one in text citation, not to a group.  

 

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Re: Formatting in-text citation brackets (paranthesis)

I am trying to enter a single citation, not a group citation. The problem is that the (Author Year) option does not appear, only Author (Year).

 

I'm attaching 2 screen shots of the problem.

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Re: Formatting in-text citation brackets (paranthesis)

Problem solved.  If I click Insert instead of choosing one of the options from the drop down box, it gives me the correct format (Author Year).

 

Thanks!

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Re: Formatting in-text citation brackets (paranthesis)

Great -- yes that should be the "default" option. I couldn't view the images - they were too fuzzy and small. 

 

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