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Removing field codes

If you wish to submit your paper for publication, you must first remove all field codes, as they could interfere with the software used by the publisher.

In the EndNote X7 tollbar, click on Tools and then select Convert to Plain Text:

Convert to Plain Text

You will see a warning message, explaining that this will preserve your original document (with EndNote field codes) and create a new, unsaved document (without EndNote field codes). Click on the OK button to continue.

Save the new document under a new name, and send that version for publication.

Keep the original document, as that it is the master copy which you will have to use if you wish to add or remove any references using EndNote.

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