06-06-2018 06:49 AM
I have a little problem.
I am trying to insert an in-text citation using Endnote to create something like this example
(Zarrow, 2001; see also Copperfield, 2008; Jay, 2013; Penn & Teller, 2012; Stone, 2012; Thurston, 1930)
However, Endnote will automatically make the in-text citation alphabetized and the in-text citation will look like the following
(see also Copperfield, 2008; Jay, 2013; Penn & Teller, 2012; Stone, 2012; Thurston, 1930; Zarrow, 2001)
I want to keep the alphabetical order of in-text citations except for cases of (see also, or for a review, see) where the references should be alphabetized before the "see also" and alphabetized again afterward (APA style)
I really hope there is a solution!
Thank you so much!
06-06-2018 12:01 PM - edited 06-06-2018 12:02 PM
Endnote doesn't allow ordering of a group of in-text citations to over ride the global setting -- The only "work around" would be to insert the two groups separately with a space between them and fix it before submission. Especially since you want both sets alphabetized separately. One request in suggestions was to have a setting to override global settings and not to rearrange at all one group of citations, but that wouldn't suffice here.
06-07-2018 02:20 AM
Thank you so much Leanne for your response.
I have been looking for a solution and yours is the best I have found yet!
Thank you so much and have a lovely day!