Endnote has suddenly started struggling with any date beyone 2009. Anyone else had this sort of problem and know what to do about it? I import my references from pubmed of web of science, and though the rest of the resference imports fine every time the year published is 2010 or 2011 it leaves it blank.
Isn't too bad as I can type it in by hand but is a bit annoying.
Well I'm kinda glad I'm not the only one. Seems to be a weird bug in there then.
Anyway thought I'd put another question out there. I use APA 5th referencing style. Does anyone know an easy way of changing the style to -
Catalinbond (2011) found that using endnote did not increase productivity.
Rather than the default. It has been shown that using endnote did not increase productivity (Catalinbond, 2011).
The only way I've been able to do it in the past is to uncouple the dicument from endnote and then make the changes. Which is ok but means you can't do it til the very end and then can't make further changes.
Hi, I also have an Endnote problem.
If I want to add a report etc authored by "British Caterpillar Society"
It just sets the author as British - I can change the actual reference in the text, but cannot seem to change the reference at the end of the document.
The only way I can do it is if I put British-Caterpillar-Society as the author and then I'm stuck with the dashes!!!!
I've not had the 2010/2011 problem, as yet!!
I also had that problem - for the full name of the organisation to appear I think you have to put a comma after the last word in the author section so that Endnote knows that is the full name.
So it would be The Caterpillar Society (2011) said that caterpillars are the colours of the rainbow ...
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Hi, Thank you Moonblue and Doodles, I've just tried the comma and it works :-)
Soooo simple - now I can't believe I didn't put one there anyway!!!!
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