Re: Need help setting up style template for footnotes with Word X and Endnote 7
From: Edward M. Baum (embarc_at_flash.net)
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2005 19:56:33 GMT
Thanks once again for the sound advice. The Endnote 7 is now chugging along
just fine and my daughter is almost finished cleaning up her footnotes using
Endnote's text and bibliographic capabilities.
Now one more question, and it should be something simple I'm overlooking in
When I change formatting using the Format | Style | Modify | Paragraph
dialog box it works great UNTIL I save and close the document. Then, when I
reopen it the recently formatted text has reverted back to its earlier
layout. What must I do to make the new style "remembered"? Does this have to
do with the Templates?
I appreciate your help!
Ed in Dallas
Ref: BE38DE99.1B78B%daiyaNOSPAM@mvps.org.INVALID -- "Daiya Mitchell"
>> Thank you so much for the lucid advice! and the time it took to formulate
>> it. Seems to all make sense now. The Endnote manual didn't discuss footnotes
>> per se until p. 253, while repeating everything else five times.
> Yes, I distinctly remember having to search for that info in my first
> purchase of EndNote 3. They have actually now added some of it to various
> output styles, so that it's right in your face-- the Comments and
> Limitiatons for the American Historical Review says:
> "This style is for the journal American Historical Review. This style
> includes both footnotes and bibliography. If you are using MS Word or
> WordPerfect, use your word processor to insert a numeric "footnote" in the
> body of the paper, and then insert your EndNote temporary citation in the
> footnote field "
> But the Comment for Chicago 15th A says:
> "To add cited pages to your in-text citations and footnotes, include them in
> your in-text citation by adding an "@" symbol followed by the pages:"
> Maybe all that information should be together, in both of these! (This is
> EndNote 8, by the way, which has Chicago 15th instead of 14th, I *strongly*
> doubt it makes a difference for your project).
>> I am helping my daughter lay out her PhD dissertation in art history
> Um, it might not be that simple. Good luck. Keep lots of backups and do a
> Save As FileName #5 anytime you start to make major changes.