02-12-2020 07:49 PM
I'm using a customized APA 6Th style that creates in-text citations that look like this:
This is fine and suites my needs in almost every case, but I have ran into an issue with this. I am trying to cite a government publication that has no author and I am trying to use the agency name as the author. I want my citations to look like this:
(Florida Forest Service, 2018)
but when I insert them into my word document, they look like:
Is there a way to change the in-text citation for only this single citation without altering the format of all my citations? In other words, how do I change (Service, 2018) to (Florida Forest Servie, 2018) without changing (Smith, 2020) to (John A. Smith, 2020)?
Thanks in advance!!
02-17-2020 09:05 AM
EndNote interprets "Service" as last name and "Florida" and "Forest" as first and middle name.
Try to put a comma after the name in the reference and things will be correct in the citation:
Florida Forest Service,