EndNote inserts hidden field codes in a Word document when you use the CWYW (Cite while you write) function, ie. when you insert an in-text citation, EndNote also includes information about the reference in hidden field codes. When you select a formatted in-text citation and use the Edit Citation(s) tool to Remove the citation, all the data in the associated hidden field codes is removed. When you make wholesale changes to a document that includes EndNote references, eg. cutting and pasting multiple sections of text, you may leave behind some of the field code data, and hence corrupt the Word document. This may result in odd behaviour such as the cursor jumping around the document, duplicating the list of references etc.
April 2013 Archives
Welcome to the new UoW EndNote blog. If you have queries or feedback regarding EndNote feel free to post them here.
EndNote X6 new features include:
- increased compatibility with EndNote Web.
- feature to change upper and lower case
- records can be marked as ‘read’ or ‘unread’
- articles can be ranked
- find and replace
Check out this YouTube clip:
'What's new in Thomson Reuters EndNote X6'. (6 mins)
EndNote tutorial timetable is now available for Semester A. For more details and sign up, go to About Library Tutorials.
EndNote X6 is now available on computers in the Student Centre. It is also available for personal PCs and Macs at a cost of $23 per annum. For more details see the Library EndNote Guide