Using footnotes or endnotes in MS Word
Referencing styles using either footnotes or endnotes can be used with EndNote to format in-text citations and bibliographies, including ‘ibid.’, short titles and other variations of shortened references, e.g. Chicago 16th A, Soc Biblical Lit - notes.
To insert a citation in a footnote or endnote - watch this Video demonstration or follow these steps:
- Use the required command in MS Word to insert a footnote or endnote, e.g. References>Insert Footnote (or Insert Endnote)
- Position the cursor in the footnote or endnote where you want the citation to appear
- Insert the EndNote citation as you would normally
When inserting citations in footnotes, you can include specific page numbers using the Edit & Manage Citations option in the EndNote Word toolbar. Short titles for subsequent citations should be entered in the ‘Short title’ field in EndNote records.
Example (Chicago 16th A)