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Editing citations in Word:

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  1. In Word, place the cursor on the citation you would like to edit.
  2. From the EndNote toolbar, click the Citations drop down menu, and select Edit & manage citation(s).
  3. To add page numbers, enter the page numbers in the Pages field (note: page numbers will only appear if the reference style allows it, for example a reference style like APA 6th)
  4. To exclude an author or year from your citation, use the drop down arrow in the Format box (under Edit Citation), and select Exclude Author Exclude Year.

Removing a citation in Word:

  1. Place the cursor on the citation you would like to remove.
  2. From the EndNote toolbar, click the Citations drop down menu, and select Edit & manage citation(s).
  3. Highlight the citation you would like to remove.
  4. Click the dropdown arrow to the right of the citation you want to remove, and select Remove Citation.
  5. Click OK button.

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Tips:

  1. Do not use the delete key to remove or delete a citation or reference in Word.
  2. Citations listed in your Word document will NOT be automatically updated when you make changes to references in your EndNote library. To update the citations, use the Bibliography dropdown arrow in your EndNote toolbar.

Changing output styles (referencing styles) in Word:

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  1. Select the referencing style from the dropdown list in the output Styles box.
  2. If the style you require is not in this list, search for your referencing output style by clicking Select Another Style.

To use the EndNote plug-in, you must have EndNote X6 or later installed on your Mac. Learn how to get EndNote.

Before you download and install the EndNote plug-in, make sure you know what version of Pages you’re using. To check what version of Pages you have, open Pages, then choose Pages > About Pages.

If you’re using EndNote X9.3 or later, make sure that you have the right software versions installed:

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  • If you’re using Pages 6.2 or later, download the latest version of the Pages EndNote plug-in.
  • If you’re not using Pages 6.2 or later, update Pages, then download the latest version of the Pages EndNote plug-in.
  • If you're using macOS Catalina, EndNote X9.3 is required.

If you’re using EndNote X9.2 or earlier, install the version of the Pages EndNote plug-in that works with your version of Pages:

  • If you’re using Pages 6.2 or later, download and install the Pages EndNote plug-in 3.1.
  • If you’re using a version of Pages between 5.0 and 6.1.1, download and install the Pages EndNote plug-in 2.0.

Add a citation

  1. Open your EndNote library.
  2. Open the document you want to add a citation to in Pages.
  3. Select the text you want to cite, then choose the Insert menu button > EndNote Citation. If EndNote Citation isn't available, go to the Document Inspector > Document tab and make sure Document Body is checked.
  4. In the EndNote Citation search window, search for the Author, Title or Year of the work you want to cite.
  5. Select the citation you want to add and preview the citation. If you don’t want an in-text citation, but want to add the source to your bibliography, make sure you select “Only insert into the bibliography.” Click Insert.

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Your citation is added after the selected text and the work is added to the Bibliography at the end of your document.

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If you delete the only citation for a source, Pages automatically removes that source from your Bibliography.