08-11-2016 08:02 AM
I'm trying to fill in an organization as author, but endnote interprets it as a name. So: 'Water Managment Board' becomes: 'Board, W.M.' in my reference list, while I want to remain it as I typed it.
Does anyone has a solution for this?
08-11-2016 03:15 PM
You need to put a comma after the organization name in the library. For example, this should be entered as follows:
Water Management Board,
Please see this article for more information:
12-21-2018 07:48 AM - edited 12-21-2018 08:12 AM
Dear Community, I have a problem related to this topic.
First, like in the question above "Water Management Board," (with the comma) is displayed as intended as one name.
If I export this citation as a *.txt RIS file, the "Water Mangement Board" is the author, again as intented.
Now: If I rename the file to become a *.ris file and reimport this file to EndNote the "Water Mangement Board" is imported as "Board, W. M."
The reason, I assume, is that the trailing comma is lost when exporting the file and thus when reimported EndNote treats the "Water Mangement Board" again as seperate names.
Edit: "Company GmbH" in the *.ris file is diplayed as "Company Gmb, H." when imported by EndNote (regardless if imported via the import menu, or by simple doubleclick the *.ris file)