Further work on controlling the way that EndNote's in-text citations, footnote citations and bibliographies appear in a Word document.
EndNote is a citation manager: you use it to assemble a library with details of the many articles, books and other references you encounter in your research.
Note: This course is designed to follow the Introduction course, so it assumes that you are already familiar with collecting references in an EndNote library, inserting citations in a document and formatting using EndNote's output styles. This course was formerly known as EndNote: Custom formatting.
See below for course schedule
Editing output styles for papers and documents
Options for an individual citation
Templates and features of an output style
Formatting citations in text
Citations in footnotes
Punctuation and page numbers in citations
Standard and special bibliographies (eg. primary and secondary)
Removing EndNote formatting
Those who have created and worked with an EndNote library, and now need some special formatting for the citations in their own papers, reports and theses.