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SubjectTermsOnlyprintseachuniquesubjectterm.ItdoesNOTprintformattedreferencesbeloweachterm.
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SubjectTermsandReferenceList printseachsubjecttermwithrelatedreferenceslistedbelowit.
Note:Theoptionsonthistabaresavedforthissubjectbibliographysessionandforfuturesessions,untilyouchangethem
again.So,ifyougeneratealistofSubjectTermsOnly,thenexttimeyouselectSubjectBibliography,youwillproduceasimple
subjectlistagain.Toincludeformattedreferences,clicktheLayoutbuttonandtheTermstabtoselectSubjectTermsandRef-
erenceList.
Whenprintingsubjecttermswithreferencelists,EndNotetypicallyprintseachuniquesubjectheadingonlyoncewiththerelated
referenceslistedbelow.YoucanselecttheRepeatingSubjectTermsboxtoprintasubjecttermbeforeeachformattedref-
erence.Forexample:
American Museum m of f Natural l History
1. Personalities s in n Paleontology. . 2002, American n Museum
of
Natural History.
Antarctica
2. Quilty,
Antarctica
3. Whitney, , J.R.,
SelecttheRecyclingReferenceNumbersboxtorestartreferencenumberingforeachsubjectheading.Forexample:
RecyclingReference
Numbers
ContinuousReference
Numbers
HeadingNumberOne
1.Firstformattedreference
2.Secondformattedreference
HeadingNumberTwo
1.Firstformattedreference
2.Secondformattedreference
HeadingNumberOne
1.Firstformattedreference
2.Secondformattedreference
HeadingNumberTwo
3.Firstformattedreference
4.Secondformattedreference
IncludingSubjectTermCountsorRecordIDs
IntheIncludeareaoftheTermstabyoucancheckaboxtoinclude,fortherecordsselectedforoutput:
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SubjectTermCountsprintsanumbernexttothesubjecttermtoindicatehowmanyrecordscontaintheterm.Forexample:
Evolution(1)
Excavation(4)
Extinction(12)
SubjectTermCountsalwaysprintonthesamelineasthesubjectterm,surroundedbyparentheses,andseparatedfromtheterm
bythreespaces.
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ListofRecordIDsprintstherecordIDsoftherecordsthatcontaintheterm.Youcanprintthelistofrecord
Excavation34,33,6,48
Extinction34,46,6,48,96,98,10,125,132,148,162,
11
or
Excavation
     34,33,6,48
Extinction
     34,46,6,48,96,98,10,125,132,148,162,11
Whenyouprinttheseitemsonthesamelineastheterm,theyarealwaysseparatedbythreespaces.Thatway,youcansaveto
awordprocessorfile,replacethethreespacesbyatabcharacter,andconvertthetexttoatable,usingthetabasaseparator.
YoucanprintbothtermcountsandrecordIDs:
Excavation(4)
     34,33,6,48
Extinction(12)
     34,46,6,48,96,98,10,125,132,148,162,11
SortingtheSubjectTerms
Youhavefouroptionsfororderingyoursubjectterms:
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ByTerm-AlphabeticalsortssubjecttermsbyDatefordatefields,andthenalphanumericorder(1-9,A-Z)forallother
fields.
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ByTerm-InverseAlphabeticalsimplyreversestheByTerm-Alphabeticalorder(Z-A,9-1,Dates).
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ByTermCount-Ascendingliststermsbasedonhowoftentheyappearinrecords.Forexample,atermthatappearsin
onlyonereferencewoulddisplayatthetopofthelist,whereasatermusedin20referenceswouldappearfurtherdowninthe
list.
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ByTermCount-DescendingreversestheByTermCount-Ascendingorder,sothemost-usedtermsarelistedfirst.
Note:Thissortordersettingaffectssubjectheadingsonly.Ifyouwanttochangetheorderofthereferencesprintedbeloweach
heading,dosoontheReferencestaboftheConfigureSubjectBibliographydialog.
InsertingSpaceorTextAroundSubjectTerms
Usethe"Prefix"and"Suffix"textboxestoprinttextorpunctuationbeforeoraftereachsubjectterm.
Eachtermmayincludeasubjecttermcountand/oralistofrecordIDs.Theorderofoutputis:
TextBefore|SubjectTerm|SubjectTermCount|
ListofRecordIDs|TextAfter|ReferenceList
Youcanusethesespecialformattingcodesinthetextboxes:
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NewParagraph:
^P
NewLine:
^L
Tab:
^T
Bold:
+B
Italics:
+I
Underlining:
+U
SpecialFormattingCodes
Bydefault,thePrefixboxcontains"^p"andtheSuffixboxcontains"^p^pinordertoleaveblanklinesbetweeneachsubjecthead-
ingandthefirstcitationlistedbelowit.
WhenyouprintSubjectTermsOnly,youwillprobablywanttoprintonlyasingle"^p"aftereachterm,soeachsubjectterm
beginsonanewlinewithnoblanklinesbetweenthem.
ApplyingStyles
IntheStylesareaoftheTermstab,checktheappropriateboxestoseparatelyapplystylestoSubjectTerms,SubjectTerm
Counts,andtheListofRecordIDs.Youcancombinestylesinanyway,suchas:
Antarctica(2)144, 12
1. Quilty,Cycleryon. Journal l of
Paleontology, 2000. . 62(4): p. . 619.
2. Whitney, , J.R.,Evidence for
Triceratops in n Antarctica, , in n New Directions s in Pale-
ontology,
Applystylestobibliographicreferencesbymodifyingtheoutputstyle.
Ifyousaveyourlisttoatextfile,allstyleswillbestripped.
RelatedTopics:
The
Bibliography
Layout
Tab
The
Page
Layout
Tab
The
References
Tab
ThePageLayoutTab
WhenyouselectSubjectBibliographyfromtheToolsmenutoformatasubjectbibliographyorsubjectlist,aLayoutbuttonis
availabletodisplayaConfigureSubjectBibliographydialogandchangesettings.ThistopicdescribesthePageLayouttabavail-
ableonthatdialog.
SelecttheDefaultFontandSize:Usethedrop-downliststoselectadefaultfontandsizeforyoursubjectheadingsorsubject
terms.Fontandsizeforbibliographicreferencesaresetintheoutputstyle.
SetMargins:Enteryourpagemarginsininches.
PositionPageNumbers:Usethecheckboxestodeterminewhetheryourpagesarenumberedandwhethertosuppressthe
firstpagenumber.Usethedrop-downliststodeterminelocationandalignmentofpagenumbers.
RelatedTopics:
The
Bibliography
Layout
Tab
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The
References
Tab
The
Terms
Tab
TheBibliographyLayoutTab
WhenyouselectSubjectBibliographyfromtheToolsmenutoformatasubjectbibliographyorsubjectlist,aLayoutbuttonis
availabletodisplayaConfigureSubjectBibliographydialogandchangesettings.ThistopicdescribestheBibliographyLayout
tabavailableonthatdialog.
TheoptionsavailableontheBibliographyLayouttabaffectonlythebibliographicreferencesprintedinasubjectbibliography.
Thesesettingsarenotusedwhenyouprintasimplesubjectlist.
Note:Whenyouselectanoutputstyle,thesettingsonthistabchangetoreflectthesettingsfoundintheoutputstyle.Youcan
overridethosesettingsforthissession,butchangestothistabarenotsavedafteryouclosethesubjectbibliographywindow.If
youwanttomakethechangespermanent,edittheoutputstyle.Youcanmakeacopyoftheoutputstyletoeditspecificallyfor
subjectbibliographies.
StartingandEndingEachReferencewithaSpecialCharacterorText
Usethe"Starteachreferencewith"andthe"Endeachreferencewith"textboxestoenterfields,text,orpunctuationtoprint
beforeandaftereveryformattedreference.
Simplyclickinoneofthetextboxesandtypetext.YoucanusetheInsertFieldbuttontoentercontrolcharactersorfieldsofinfor-
mationasdescribedbelow.
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UseoneoftheInsertFieldbuttonstoinsertthesecontrolcharactersinatextbox:
EndofParagraphinsertsaparagraphmarker,whichmovesthefollowingtexttothenextline.
Tabinsertsatabcharacter.Thespacingfortabsisdeterminedbytherulersettingsinyourwordprocessor.
ForcedSeparationinsertsaverticalbar.Useverticalbarstoattachpunctuationtoaspecificfield,sothatifthefieldis
emptythepunctuationwillnotprint.
Forexample,toincludethetext"Note:"beforethenotefield,firstinsertaverticalbar,typethetext"Note:",insertthe
Notesfield,theninsertanotherverticalbar.Your"Notes:"textwillprintonlywhenaNotesfieldcontainsinformation,and
notwhenitisempty.
LinkAdjacentTextkeepstexttogethersothatitwillnotbebrokenbetweenlinesorpages.
Singular/Pluralchangesbetweenthesingularandpluralversionofaword,suchaseditorversuseditors.
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Enterthesefieldsofinformationinthe"Starteachreferencewith"boxbyclickingtheInsertFieldbuttonandselectingthe
fieldname:
ReferenceTypeprintstheReferenceType(suchasJournalArticleorBook)ofeachreference.
Labelprintsthelabelfieldfromeachreference.
Citationprintsthein-textcitationformofeachreference.
BibliographyNumberprintsthesequentialnumberassignedtothereferenceinthesortedlistbeloweachheading.
RecordNumberprintstheuniqueEndNoterecordnumberfromeachreference.
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Enterthesefieldsofinformationinthe"Endeachreferencewith"boxbyclickingtheInsertFieldbuttonandselectingthefield
name:
LabelprintstheLabelfieldfromeachreference.
KeywordsprintstheentireKeywordsfieldforeachreference.
AbstractprintstheAbstractfieldfromeachreference.
NotesprintstheNotesfieldfromeachreference.
RecordNumberprintstheuniqueEndNoterecordnumberfromeachreference.
SettingaHangingIndent
Usethedrop-downlisttoapplyahangingindenttoparagraphsineachformattedreference.
NumberingReferences
Enterastartingreferencenumberforbibliographicreferencesprintingbeloweachheading.Thissettingisignoredifreference
numberingisnotappliedfromthecurrentoutputstyle.
RelatedTopics:
The
Page
Layout
Tab
The
References
Tab
The
Terms
Tab
ExamplesofSubjectBibliographies
UsingAuthorNamesasSubjectHeadings
Thisexampleusesauthornamesassubjectheadings.The"Listeachauthorseparately"boxwascheckedontheSubjectFields
dialog,sothatsingleauthornamesareusedforheadingsratherthanentireauthorfields.UppercasingwasappliedtotheSubject
Terms.
BAKER, V.R.
1. V. . R. . Baker,Geological Society of f America Bul-
letin,
100, 1157 (1988).
BARLOW, CONNIE
2. C.Natural History110, 62 2 (Sept., 2001).
BARNES,
3. C. . R.Geological Magazine125, , 381 1 (1988).
RelatedTopics:
Using
Call
Numbers
as
Subject
Headings
Using
Keywords
as
Subject
Headings
UsingKeywordsasSubjectHeadings
Thisexampleuseskeywordsassubjectheadings,andrestartsreferencenumberingaftereachsubjectheading.Youwould
selectRecycleNumberingintheConfigureSubjectBibliographydialogontheTerms
tab.Thestartingreferencenumberisseton
theBibliography
Layout
tab.
Geochemistry
1. J. . A.Dissertation Abstracts s International, 61,
2957 (2000).
2. C.Bulletin , 37, , 142 2 (June, 2000).
Geology
1. S. . A. . Lebedev, , Ph.D., , Princeton n University
(2000).
RelatedTopics:
Using
Author
Names
as
Subject
Headings
Using
Call
Numbers
as
Subject
Headings
UsingCallNumbersasSubjectHeadings
Youcancreateatwo-columnoutputwithCallNumbers,suchas:
DL312
Forbes, C. . S. . (1860).
Iceland:Its
volcanoes,
geysers,
and
glaciers
. London, , J. . Mur-
ray.
 Tocreateatwo-columnoutput:
1. IntheSubjectFieldsdialog,selecttheCallNumberfield.
2. Selectanoutputstylethatdoesnotnumbercitations.
3. OntheLayout/Termstab:
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SelectSubjectTermsandReferenceListwithRepeatingSubjectTerms.
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DonotincludeSubjectTermCountsoralistofRecordIDs.
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InsertatabbetweeneachsubjectheadingandreferencewiththeSuffixbox(insert^t).
4. Savethesubjectbibliographytoawordprocessorfile.
5. Withyourwordprocessor,converttheoutputtoatwo-columntable,sortbythefirstcolumn,adjustthecolumnwidths,and
reformattheparagraphstyle.
RelatedTopics:
Using
Author
Names
as
Subject
Headings
Using
Keywords
as
Subject
Headings
ReferenceTypes
AboutReferenceTypes
YourEndNotelibrarycancontainreferencesfromavarietyofdifferentsources,suchasbooks,journalarticles,andnewspaper
articles.Wecallthesedifferentsourcesreferencetypes.EndNoteprovidesbuilt-informsfortheseandothercommonreference
types.
Inadditiontoanall-encompassingGenericreferencetype,EndNotehasthreeUnusedand47pre-definedreferencetypes:
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AggregatedDatabase
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AncientText
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Artwork
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AudiovisualMaterial
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Bill
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Blog
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Book
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BookSection
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Case
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Catalog
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ChartorTable
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ClassicalWork
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ComputerProgram
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ConferencePaper
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ConferenceProceedings
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Dataset
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Dictionary
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EditedBook
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ElectronicArticle
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ElectronicBook
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ElectronicBookSection
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Encyclopedia
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Equation
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Figure
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FilmorBroadcast
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GovernmentDocument
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Grant
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Hearing
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JournalArticle
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LegalRuleorRegulation
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MagazineArticle
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Manuscript
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Map
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Music
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NewspaperArticle
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OnlineDatabase
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OnlineMultimedia
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Pamphlet
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Patent
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PersonalCommunication
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Report
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Serial
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Standard
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Statute
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Thesis
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UnpublishedWork
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WebPage
SeetheList
of
Reference
Types
.
ImportantPointsAboutReferenceTypes
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Youcanassignaparticularreferencetypetoeachreferenceenteredintoyourlibrary.
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TheReferenceTypespreference,accessiblethroughEndNote’sPreferences,determineswhichfieldsareavailablefor
eachofthedifferentreferencetypes.
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TheReferenceTypespreferenceallowsupto48differenttypesofreferences,eachcapableofsupportingupto54fields
(includingthenameofthereferencetype).
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Ofthe48referencetypes,allbuttheGenerictypecanbemodified.
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UsetheReferenceTypespreferencetoadd,delete,orrenamefields.Youcanalsoaddorhidecompletereferencetypes.
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ThelayoutoftheGenericreferencetypeshouldbeusedasaguidewhenmodifyingorcreatingreferencetypes.Rows
reservedforAuthorsshouldbeusedonlyfornames.
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ChangesmadetotheReferenceTypespreferenceapplytoalllibrariesopenedunderthecurrentuseraccount.
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Ifyoumoveyourlibrarytoadifferentcomputer,yourreferenceswillfollowthelayoutoftheReferenceTypespreference
forthecurrentuseraccountonthatcomputer,unlessyoualsotransferacopyofyourreferencetypetable.SeeSharing
Your
Reference
Type
Table
.
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"DonotenterreferencedataintotheReferenceTypespreference".Thisdialogisdesignedtostorejustthenamesofthe
referencefields.
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WhenyouuseCiteWhileYouWritetoinsertfiguresinMicrosoftWord,figuresfoundintheChartorTablereferencetype
areinsertedastables.FiguresfoundinanyotherreferencetypeinEndNotewillformatasfiguresinWord.
ReferenceTypesandDataEntry
ThechosenreferencetypespecifieswhichfieldsappearintheReferencewindow.Forinstance,anEndNotejournalarticleref-
erenceincludesthefields"Journal,""Volume,"and"Issue,"whileabookreferenceincludesfieldssuchas"Publisher"and
"City."TheReferencewindowonlydisplaysthefieldsthatarerelevanttothechosenreferencetype.
Itisbesttoselectthereferencetypebeforeenteringthebibliographicinformationinareference.However,youcanchangethe
referencetypeofareferenceatanytimeusingtheReferenceTypelistatthetopoftheReferencewindow.
RelationshipBetweenReferenceTypesandStyles,Filters,andConnections
Styles,filters,andconnectionfilescanincludetemplatesforallofthedifferentreferencetypes.Thisenablesvarioustypesofref-
erencestobeformatteddifferentlyinabibliographyorimporteddifferently,asnecessary.
Thereferencetypesandfieldsavailabletoyouwheneditingastyle,filter,orconnectionfiledependonhowthereferencetypes
areconfiguredintheReferenceTypespreference.ThesefilesupdateautomaticallytoreflectchangesmadeintheReference
Typespreference(suchaschangingthenameofafield).
SettingaDefaultReferenceType
Bydefault,theJournalArticlereferencetypeappearswhenyouinsertanewreference.Whileyoucanchangetheassignedref-
erencetypeduringdataentry,youmaywanttochangethedefaultsetting
Tochangethedefaultreferencetypesetting:
1. FromtheEndNotemenu,selectPreferences.
2. ClickonReferenceTypes.
3. ClicktheDefaultReferenceTypelistandchoosefromoneoftheavailablereferencetypes.
4. ClickApplytosavethechange.
TheGenericReferenceType
Whenenteringreferencesintoyourlibrary,usetheGenerictypeonlyforreferencesthatdonotfitanyoftheotherreference
types.ThemoreimportantfunctionoftheGenericreferencetypeistosetupaguidefortheotherreferencetypestofollow.
TheGenericfieldnamesareusedthroughouttheEndNoteprogram(forexample,intheSortReferencesdialogandtheSearch
panel)torefertoasimilarcategoryoffieldsthatcanbefoundinthedifferentreferencetypes.WhenyouchooseaGenericfield
nameinanyofthesedialogs,itreferstoallfieldnamesassignedtothatGenericrowoftheReferenceTypespreference.For
example,ifyouusetheSearchcommandtosearchtheAuthorfield,EndNotesearchesallfieldsthatappearintheGeneric
"Author"rowoftheReferenceTypespreference,includingfieldssuchas"Artist,""Reporter,"and"Cartographer."
Note:WheneditingtheReferenceTypespreferenceitisimportantthatyoukeepsimilarfieldsinthesamerow,asdefinedby
theGenericfieldnamesatthestartoftherow.Eachreferencetypecancallthesefieldsbyadifferentname;however,thecon-
tentofthefieldsshouldbesimilar.
UsingtheGenericTypeinStyles
AlthoughtheGenericreferencetypeisrarelyusedfordataentry,itplaysanimportantroleinformattingbibliographies.Inaddition
toformattingGenericreferences,theGenerictemplateinastyleisusedtoformatanyreferencetypesthatarenotspecifically
definedinthestyle.Consequently,everybibliographicstyleshouldcontainaGenerictemplatesothatallreferencesgetfor-
mattedwhenEndNotecreatesabibliography.
CustomizingReferenceTypes
Allofthereferencetypes,exceptforGeneric,canbemodifiedusingtheReferenceTypespreference.Wheneveryoumakea
changetoareferencetype,youshouldalsoedityourstylestomakesurethattheycorrectlyformatthenewormodifiedreference
types.
Ifyouplantoshareyourlibrarieswithotherusers,youmaywanttolimittheuseofnewandmodifiedreferencetypes.
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TheReferenceTypestableappliestoalllibrariesopenedonacomputerfromyouruseraccount.
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Ifyourlibraryisopenedfromadifferentcomputeroradifferentuseraccount,yourreferenceswillfollowthelayoutofthe
ReferenceTypespreferenceforthatcomputeranduser,unlessyoualsotransferacopyofyourreferencetypetable.See
Sharing
Your
Reference
Type
Table
.
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IfyoumodifyareferencetypeforrecordsinyourEndNotelibrary,youshouldmakesurethatthereferencetypeisalso
createdormodifiedonothercomputersthatwillaccessthelibrary.
DonottrytoedittheReferenceTypespreferencetorearrangeinformationwithinyourreferences.Forexample,ifyoudeletethe
"Journal"fieldandretype"Journal"elsewhereinthecolumnforJournalArticles,youaresimplytellingEndNotetoclosethe
original"Journal"fieldanddisplayanewfieldcalled"Journal"inanotherlocation—thisdoesnotmoveyourdatafromtheoriginal
"Journal"fieldtothenewone.Anyreferencesthathaddataintheoriginal"Journal"fieldwillstillshowthatinformation,butthe
fieldwillhaveits"Generic"nameof"SecondaryTitle."Thenew"Journal"fieldwillremainempty.
Thesetopicscanguideyouineditingreferencetypes:
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About
Reference
Types
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List
of
Predefined
Reference
Types
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The
Generic
Type
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Special
Fields
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The
Reference
Types
Preference
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Adding
and
Deleting
Reference
Types
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Adding,
Deleting,
and
Renaming
Fields
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Sharing
Your
Reference
Type
Table
TheReferenceTypesPreference
TheReferenceTypespreferencedisplaystheavailablereferencetypesandthefieldsthateachreferencetypecontains.Usethe
ReferenceTypespreferencetoadd,remove,orrenamefields—ortorenameareferencetype.
ToaccesstheReferenceTypespreference:
1. FromtheEndNotemenu,selectPreferences.
2. ClicktheReferenceTypesoptioninthelistofpreferences.
3. ClicktheModifyReferenceTypesbuttonandtheReferenceTypespreferencewillopen.
4. Usethedrop-downlistatthetoptodisplayoneofthe48referencetypesintheright-handcolumn.
ThefirstcolumnoftheReferenceTypespreferenceisreservedfortheGenericreferencetype,whichlistsalloftheavailable
fields.
Therowscorrespondtotheeditablefieldsthateachreferencetypecancontain(includingthenameofthereferencetype).Each
namedcellinacolumnrepresentsafieldthatappearsinthereference.Thenamesofthefieldsineachreferencetypeshould
closelycorrespondtotheirGenericfieldnamesintheleftcolumn.
TheGenericcolumnisthecompletesetoffieldsthatcanbeincludedinanytypeofreference—nofieldscanbeaddedtothislist,
norcanthenamesoftheGenericfieldsbechanged.TheGeneric
reference
type
servesasamodelforconstructingallotherref-
erencetypes.
NavigatingintheReferenceTypesDialog
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Usetheverticalscrollbartoseetheadditionalfieldsavailableforeachreferencetype.
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TheUporDownArrowkeysselectthepreviousornextfield,respectively,withinthesamereferencetype.
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ClickOKtosaveyourchangesandtoclosetheModifyReferenceTypesdialog.ClickSavewhenyoureturntotheEnd-
NotePreferencedialogsaveyoursettings.
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ClickEndNoteDefaultstoreturnyourreferencetypesettingstotheiroriginalEndNotesettings.Forexample,ifyoumake
changestooneormorefields,clickthisbuttonifyouwanttorestoretheoriginalsettings.
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ClickApplytoAllRefTypestochangethefieldforallreferencetypes.Forexample,ifyoumakechangestooneormore
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