Posted by: tonyteaching | January 29, 2009

Customizing the CITATION fields in our writing (using Edit and Unformatted citations) in Ms. Word

There are many options to write our citations, for example (in Author-Date system) maybe we want to write:

1. …….(Susanto 2008 )

2. Susanto (2008 )

3. ….(Anton in Susanto 2008 )

4. ….(Susanto 2008 p.19)

4. More than one citation (Susanto 2008; Goodwin 2006)

5. (Anton in Susanto 2008; Ridwan in Goodwin 2006)

We can make it by using feature”Edit Citation(s)” on EndNote toolbar in Ms Words > There are many options there: we can add texts before citation “Prefix“, or to add texts after citation “Suffix“, etc.

Alternatively, we can also work with
Unformatted citation:

– Click “Unformat Citation(s)” button first ….the citation will change becoming common text and can be editted

* To add text at the beginning citation: text space\citation e.g. {see \Susanto, 2006#544} will be formatted as (see Susanto 2006)

* To add text at after citation: citation, space text e.g. {Susanto, 2006#544, p.56} will be formatted as (Susanto 2006 p.56)

* To remove the author’s name from citation: just delete the authors’ name but leave the comma in place e.g. {, 2006#544} will be formatted as (2006)

* To remove the date from citation: just delete the date e.g. {Susanto,#544} will be formatted as (Susanto)


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