The Conference Paper and Conference Proceedings reference types in EndNote are intended for unpublished verbal presentations of papers/proceedings. These will not display correctly for published conference papers. These are most commonly entered as a Book Section – when the papers are from a book(s). See the example below.
Occasionally conference papers may be published as part of a regular series with volume/issue and page numbers (eg: like for the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences) – in which case they can alternatively be entered as Journal Articles.
Published Conference Papers
Using the Book Section reference type:
Dietrich, J., & Stewart, L. (2010). Component contracts in...Read more
It can be difficult to know where to enter data to get reports to display correctly. Below is an example report. Enter relevant information as required from your own report(s) into the same fields as in the screenshot below. (You may not need to use...Read more
Slow insertion of citations can be a problem – especially with long documents. This is in part because by default EndNote not only inserts the bibliography (as in older versions) – but also creates a hidden hyperlink from each citation...Read more
From your EndNote library, click on the Sync icon in the EndNote menu bar.
If prompted, enter your EndNote login, or click the Sign Up box to create one.
Once synced – go to the File menu in EndNote and select Save a Copy….
Copy this...Read more
Removing or Moving Citations
It is very important that EndNote citations are not deleted, moved or edited using Word. This is to minimise the chance or of corrupting your document or library. Instructions for safely editing citations for Word...Read more
When EndNote updates your citations/bibliography it will remove any text you have entered manually. This is because EndNote inserts the information from your Library directly into the document each time you open or update it. To edit this...Read more
Some citation styles (including APA 6th) include initials to differentiate between the authors. This should happen when you have two different authors with the same surname. In this case these are correct citations and the initials do not need to be...Read more
EndNote uses field codes to work with Word. It is useful to activate the field code shading in Word to make the EndNote text easier to see and so to avoid accidently editing or deleting it. Below are instructions for different versions of Word...Read more
The Library recommends that those working on long documents (such as a book or thesis) should do the following to make it easier to manage and minimise formatting issues:
use only one EndNote library for the whole thesis/book
use one document...Read more
A Word document with Cite-While-You-Write references contains hidden codes that allow Word and EndNote to interact. It is possible to remove these to create a document that is ‘plain text’ Word document. If you are submitting an item for...Read more