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#1 jasmina

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Posted 10 June 2011 - 04:19 AM

I started to work with ENdnote9 to put references for a paper.
I succeeded to put the references in numbers inside the text and automatically I have a list of my references in below of the article.
The trouble I have is that inside the text, the journal form (biol.psy) requests the references numbered, between brackets.
But, I have each numbered reference between brace, then bracket!!
I dont know how to remove all theses braces in my numbered references all over the text!! Im using Endnote 9.
plz thanks for help

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Posted 10 June 2011 - 05:06 AM

If there is not an output style for your particular journal, you want to find one that is as close to it as possible and edit it. I use EndNote X3, so the specifics that I'm providing are for that particular version, but I'm sure you will find something similar for your version. So if everything else about your output style that you're using is correct except for the bracket issue, then just go to the edit drop down menut-->output style-->Edit "whateveryourstyleiscalled". Then in the "citations" menu, go the "templates" menu and change the braces to brackets. Then be sure to save the output style that you've just created, and change your document to that output style.

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Posted 13 June 2011 - 07:00 PM

If there is not an output style for your particular journal, you want to find one that is as close to it as possible and edit it. I use EndNote X3, so the specifics that I'm providing are for that particular version, but I'm sure you will find something similar for your version. So if everything else about your output style that you're using is correct except for the bracket issue, then just go to the edit drop down menut-->output style-->Edit "whateveryourstyleiscalled". Then in the "citations" menu, go the "templates" menu and change the braces to brackets. Then be sure to save the output style that you've just created, and change your document to that output style.


Be sure using SAVE AS and change the name to your Journal, and save it in the direct folder that is used by ENDNOTE in the C: Disk




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