Answered By: Alisha Nolan
Last Updated: 30 May 2017     Views: 140

Normally, EndNote automatically creates a reference list/bibliography at the end of your document. However, you can adjust your style to create a reference list/bibliography for each section.
 
To do this, follow these steps:
  1. Go to EndNote. Make sure the style you are using is selected from the drop down menu on the tool bar.
  2. Select Edit > Output styles, then click on Edit "[name of your selected style]" (for example Edit "UC_APA_6th_ed"). This will open your selected style in EndNote.
  3. In the left hand menu, click on Sections.
  4. Change the selection in the Sections box in the middle of the screen to Create a bibliography for each section
  5. Go to File > Save. Once EndNote has finished saving your changes, close the Style window by going to File > Close Style.
  6. Go back to your Word document and click on Update Citations and Bibliography. This will create a seperate reference list/bibliography for each section of your word document.

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