Answered By: Alisha Nolan Last Updated: 30 May 2017 Views: 140
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:
Go to EndNote. Make sure the style you are using is selected from the drop down menu on the tool bar.
- 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.
- In the left hand menu, click on Sections.
- Change the selection in the Sections box in the middle of the screen to Create a bibliography for each section
- Go to File > Save. Once EndNote has finished saving your changes, close the Style window by going to File > Close Style.
- 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.