05-31-2018 09:09 AM
I am writing a german PhD and in German one has to use the – (en-dash) for ranges between numbers instead of a - (hyphon) . So 7–10 instead of 7-10.
When i have a few consecutive citations the Word fieldfunction will automatically write blabla7-10 (in superscript form)
I could only find the option to deactivate ranges altogehter in Endnote. How can I change the Outputstyle so that an endash (–) will be used within the fieldfunktion of the text?
Thank you very much for any help
05-31-2018 12:35 PM
Currently you cannot have EndNote using an en-dash instead of a hyphen.
If you would like to see this feature in a future version of EndNote, You may want to submit a request for a product enhancement on our website.
As a workaround you can wait until then end of your writting then remove the EndNote codes in the document then do a Find and Replace in Word to change the Hyphens to En-Dashes.
You can find the steps for Converting to Plain Text on our website:
05-31-2018 01:09 PM
However, it has been asked for in Suggestions, many times. Here is an example of one thread.
05-27-2021 04:11 AM
I agree that an option to change from a hyphen to an endash in in-line citation ranges would be very useful. Endnote has a solution for changing this in the references in the bibliography
so it would seem that such a tweak should be possible for ranges in the text itself. Best, Kai