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|Find & Insert Citation(s)|
While you are writing your paper, you can easily find and insert a citation using EndNote Web’s Find Citation(s) tool. This tool searches your entire library, meaning all reference fields for all references in your library.
To find and cite your source:
The citation appears at the cursor location, formatted according to the bibliographic style specified. The reference information is also automatically added to the bibliography.
Note: If you expect to see an in-text citation but only see the reference in the bibliography, check the bibliographic style selected in Format Bibliography. Not all styles format in-text citations, such as Chicago 16th A, Refman (RIS) Export, Tab-delimited, and Turabian Bibliography.
If you want to delete or modify a citation in your Word document, refer to the list below.
If using footnotes or endnotes, you need to first use Word to insert the note before using Find Citation(s) in Step 2. From Word's main menu, select Insert->Footnotes or Insert->References->Footnotes with Word XP. In the Footnote window, select the appropriate note style and options. Then click Okay. Before proceeding to Step 2 below, make sure that your cursor is positioned in the notes section where the reference should appear. The bibliographic styles provided for footnotes and endnotes are Chicago 15th A and Turabian Bibliography.