Editing a referencing output style
Not all EndNote styles will be correctly configured to meet your publishing requirements - it may be necessary for you to edit a style:
To change how in-text citations appear:
1. Left menu > Citations > choose the aspect you want to change
Example: When using EndNote's APA 6th output style the author's initials will appear in in-text citations for those authors with the same surname but different initials. To prevent this from happening:
To change how citations appear in your bibliography:
1. Open the style window as outlined above. Left menu > Bibliography > Templates. View the Bibliography template in the main window.
As well as the above aspects, there are special characters or 'fields' with which EndNote controls how records appear in the bibliography. Place your cursor where you want the character in the template. Go to Insert Field on the right and select the appropriate character:
2. Don't forget to save your changes as a copy. Test your changes in a test Word document.
3. If you experience problems when trying to save your edited style see the EndNote FAQ
Please come to the TCU Library with your EndNote library & document for further help or contact us by phone / email .