RE: New Reference template
<Wiedemann <at> isiresearchsoft.com>
2007-07-02 22:10:07 GMT
To create or alter the reference types, Edit>preferences then Reference
Types, and there should be a dropdown list which is usually Journal
Article as default (and you want to leave it as the default normally).
But the dropdown will give you access to the myriad of reference types
available in Endnote X, including some unused ones. By the way, putting
a period in front of any of these reference types, will keep them from
showing up in the dropdown list in the record window, keeping the number
you have to choose from, smaller.
From: listmaster <at> isiresearchsoft.com
[mailto:listmaster <at> isiresearchsoft.com] On Behalf Of
Teri.L.Herbert[herbertl <at> musc.edu]
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2007 1:58 PM
To: Endnote-Interest <at> edcksrhat.isinet.com
Subject: New Reference template
Dear Listmembers who know everything:
I am sure this can be done,
but the help files and the manual do not answer my question.
I have a patron that wants to make an Endnote Library of about 750 book
and journal run entries. i.e. they are putting their own library
holdings into an EndNote Library. But, there is no template for a
fields would need to be Title of Journal; Years held (range), Volumes
and Issues held, and a field for Missing Volumes/issues.
I know how to create new output styles, but cannot find info on creating
a new reference type template, so when you click on "New Reference", you