To include specific page numbers for a reference in a footnote:
- Highlight the citation in your Word document
- Select the Edit & Manage Citation(s) button on the EndNote tab or go to Tools>Edit & Manage Citation(s).
- Look for the space labelled Pages in the box that appears, type the page number(s) and click on OK.
This will only work if the EndNote output style can handle Cited Pages. Most of the special footnoting styles can do this. If it doesn't work, then use the 'Suffix' option to type in the details the way you want it to look.
Please note that specific page numbers will not appear in the bibliography at the end of the document.
Most footnote styles require citations to be abbreviated if they have already been cited once. EndNote applies the following rules:* If the reference is cited again in the following footnote, EndNote will just insert ibid. * If the reference is cited again, but not in the immediately following footnote, EndNote will often use a short form of citation consisting only of the author and the title. * If the reference in your EndNote library already includes something in the Short Title field, the output style may use this instead of the Title field.
When using an author/date style (such as Harvard), EndNote allows you to modify the citations by removing the author or year from the citation. Unfortunately, this is not possible with a footnote style.
To do this, you need to first insert a section break at the beginning of a new chapter. Then, when inserting the first footnote in a new chapter, look at the Footnotes options. For Numbering choose Restart Each Section instead of Continuous.