4 weeks ago
This is important because when I refer to a whole paper, all the page range of the paper should appear, e. g.,
M. Albright, "How to do this", JNE 34, 2016, 23-34
But when I cite a specific page, it should appear as follows:
M. Albright, "How to do this", JNE 34, 2016, 28
How may I let the template know that, if the field "Cited pages" is not empty in the footnote, the field "Pages" must not appear?
3 weeks ago
This is an very unusual requirement, as how does one know if the citation is a one page paper, or a cite from the paper? If there a separate bibiliography, the full pages are shown (and have separate templates) and the footnotes contain the cited page?
What style are using, is it MLA, Chicago or APA, or something else?
3 weeks ago
Thank you for your time. I am not using any of these, but my own style, which derives from the general and traditional citation style used in Philology and Humanities.
"how does one know if the citation is a one page paper, or a cite from the paper?"
Well, one doesn't; (s)he should look at the final biblioraphy. But note that there a different works (i.d., papers) which do not require to include a final bibliography. That is not needed.
I do remember that in BookEnds this kind of choosing could be made, but I am afraid in EndNote users are more used to Social Sciences / Natural Sciences styles. For now, what I am doing is:
Author, «Title», Journal Volume|, |Year|•,•|Pages|•[•Cited Pages•]
E.g., M. Albright, «The name of the paper», JNE 28, 32-56 
where 38 is the specific page I want to cite in this point. But it is actually no solution.