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Author: Matthew Molineux    Posted: Thu, 6 Dec 2001 11:59:49 -0500 (
/> Subject: RE: One book, multiple page references.
Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2001 08:40:54 -0000
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Hi

I don't use version 5 but why not have the one entry in the database for
Smith and then have all the notes including page numbers in the notes field.
Otherwise it will not format the reference list corectly will it - the apges
numbers will just be page 10?

Matthew

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Allan Jones /> > Sent: 05 December 2001 15:57
> To: /> > Subject: One book, multiple page references.
>
>
>
> My query is one that I feel sure other people must have asked already,
> possibly several times, but I have not seen any discussion of
> it; so here
> goes.
>
> Suppose I have a book by Smith. On p.10 Smith says something
> that seems to
> me highly significant, and which I think I will probably want
> to cite. So
> I make a new Endnote reference for it. In the 'pages' field I
> put '10',
> and in the 'Notes' field I put some notes about what is said on p. 10.
>
> However, Smith also says things that are highly sihnificant
> on pages 15,
> 20 and 30 that are very diferent, but which I may well want to cite
> independently of each other. Now, I could create a new
> reference for each
> of these, which would repeat a lot of the information, but
> would at least
> keep these significant pages as separate references, which probably
> reflects how I will use them.
>
> Now, this seems inefficient to me. It means that I have to
> repeat a lot of
> information, and if I have got some of it wrong (say, the publisher's
> name) I will have to correct it many times.
>
> What I really want to be able to do is to associate with a single book
> many page references (or maybe chapters), each with its own
> notes. There
> must surely be a trick for doing this. I'm using Endnote 5.
>
> Thanks
>
> Allan Jones
>


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Author: G Munro    Posted: Mon, 17 Dec 2001 13:04:38 +1000
Greetings,

Although I have been a user of Endnote for some years now, I am new to this
list. I have recently purchased endnote version 5.
Endnote is heavily oriented towards American, British and Australian
libraries. (connections/filters etc).
My primary need is to be able to connect and import from libaries in
Germany and Austria. e.g Staatsbibliothek in Berlin and Munich, University
Libraries and Research Libraries in Berlin, Bonn, Vienna, Heidelberg,
Regensburg, Bamberg, Salzburg etc.etc.
Could you please advise how I go about this?

There must be other users with this basic requirement. I also have a
colleague in our Department who would like to be able to connect to Asian
libraries.

Many thanks,

Greg Munro
_____________________________________________________
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School of Arts & Sciences
Australian Catholic University
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Author: Artur Klimaszewski    Posted: Tue, 05 Feb 2002 10:32:08 -0600
Somebody asked: Has anyone found a way to search multiple Endnote libraries
for an author?
I sometimes want to use the same author in a later project, but cannot
remember which library I placed him/her into?

I don't know how to solved the members dilemma but I know how to avoid the
problem altogether.
I think the best way is to use just one library for all projects to avoid
confusion.
However, each article has to be specifically marked as for its project
application. What do I? In notes section a put a specific project
code -something meaningful. If you write an article about dinosaurs you may
have your code "dinosaurhunt". Even if you library is huge you may see all
your relevant papers instantly if you do search within notes for
"dinosaurhunt". The beauty of this solution is that one article can easily
belong to many projects.

Artur


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Author: Vhazebroucq    Posted: Tue, 19 Mar 2002 19:01:12 +0100
=?iso-8859-1?Q?R=E9f=2E_=3A_Abbreviations_for_journals_-_who_needs_them?=
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Hello,=20

Thank you, Robert, for this information about the NLMweb site file
describing the Medline indexed publication.=20

Could you let us know the complete address of this file by sending this
URL to the Endnote-interest list ?=20

Thank you in advance,=20

Vincent G. HAZEBROUCQ, MD, PhD=20
Paris, France=20




"Robert W. Gear" /> Envoy=E9 par : />

19/03/2002 15:51=20
Veuillez r=E9pondre =E0 endnote-interest=20
=20
Pour : /> cc : =20
Objet : Abbreviations for journals - who needs them?




Artur is quite correct in his comments about PubMed abbreviations. A=20
mitigating factor is that most journals (at least the ones I submit to) =

want the abbreviations rather than the full titles of journals in the
list=20
of references. But sometimes it is not obvious how to correctly =
convert

from one to the other (in either direction). So a few months ago I
found a=20
text file on the NLM web site that contained all 14104 publications
indexed=20
by medline. This file contained the following data:

Full Journal Title
Index Medicus abbreviation
A unique number called the Journal ID
ISSN
A code consisting of three letters or digits called the MedCode
(I=20
don't know what it is)
ISSN
ISO abreviation
NLM ID

Although this file contains a vast amount of information, I found that=20
there are a few problems. One was that the Full Journal Title as given
by=20
NLM is not always what journals want in their references. For example:
Medline abbreviation: Immunotechnology
Full NLM title: Immunotechnology : an international journal =
of

immunological engineering.
Preferred title by journals: Immunotechnology
or:
Medline abbreviation: In Vitro Cell Dev Biol
Full NLM title: In vitro cellular & developmental biology=20
: journal of the Tissue Culture Association.
Preferred title by journals: In Vitro Cellular and
Developmental=20
Biology

Notice that the NLM full title contains extra words that are not =
usually

used in references in journal articles and the NLM capitalizes only the =

first word in the title unless there is a proper name in it.

Fortunately, the "Medical" terms list that comes with Endnote sensibly=20
gives journal titles in the preferred format (i.e., dropping the
normally=20
unused words and capitalizing title words in the normally accepted=20
manner). Moreover, the Endnote file gives Medline abbreviations with
and=20
without periods whereas the NLM gives only the abbreviations without =
the

periods.

I think that the Endnote file is all one is likely to need (it contains =

8809 titles), but because I'm a bit of a geek, I created a Microsoft
Access=20
database that contains all of the NLM data as well as the matching data =

from the Endnote-supplied list. Obviously, since there are more NLM=20
titles, not all records have the matching Endnote data.

In addition, I created an interface that allows you type in any part of
a=20
title you know (up to five words) and it will find all the matching
entries=20
in the database. For instance, if you type in "cell in vit dev" =
(notice

that neither the order nor the complete word is important) it will find
two=20
journals: "In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology" and "In Vitro=20
Cellular and Developmental Biology. Animal." It gives the Index =
Medicus

abbreviation as well as the Endnote version of the title. The NLM =
title
is=20
in the underlying table if you want to look it up manually.

The database is a little raw; the interface could perhaps be a little
more=20
functional, but it works well for what it does.

I found out recently that the NLM text file from which I created this=20
database is no longer available. They now provide a PDF file=20
instead. However, I would be willing to make my database available to=20
anyone who wants to use it except that I don't have a website to put it
up=20
on where people can go to download it. So if anyone out there does =
have
a=20
website and is interested in making my database available, I will
provide=20
it. However, there are a few caveats to this:
It is "as is". What you do with it is your business, but I
don't=20
want to have to support it.
I would prefer not to send it to a whole bunch of individuals =
as

an email attachment.
It is written in Microsoft Access 2000, so you will need to =
have
a=20
Windows based machine with Access 2000 or Access 2002 (XP) to run it.
The source code will be available. It is not complicated, but I =

didn't document it very much.

If you have a website and are interested, you can contact me directly.

Bob Gear



>Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2002 12:06:17 -0600
>From: Artur Klimaszewski /> >Subject: RE: Abbreviations for journals - who needs them?
>
>My concern is less with EndNote (a great program) and more with usage
of
>abbreviations of journals by such noble places as PubMed and others.
>Whenever you do search using PubMed you receive only the abbreviation
of
>journal name. There are problems if the journal of concern is rare or
>unknown to us, as we have to check references for the full journal
names.
>This takes valuable time. You may try guessing but your guess might =
not
be
>as good as you think. You may omit "the" somewhere in the middle of =
the
>title or completely change some words in the title. Did it ever happen
to
>you? Consequently, we have problems finding the journal title in a
local
>library or our request for interlibrary loans request has to be
corrected
by
>librarians (and slowed down).
>My question is why PubMed and other noble data search engines have to
use
>misleading abbreviations, or at least do not provide a full journal
name in
>hyperlink of the abbreviation. I sent a request to PubMed, but they
response
>was that people in general are not interested in having full journal
name
>provided (Is it true?) Just for my sake PubMed was not going to modify
their
>services.
>Am I dreaming, or your can really learn how to live with abbreviations
and
>be happy?
>...or perhaps EndNote can generate somehow full journal titles easily
and
>quickly (I know that inside of the EndNote there are files that =
contain
all
>abbreviations and full names).
>Sincerely
>Artur Klimaszewski


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Author: Roxroy Bollers    Posted: Thu, 21 Mar 2002 16:49:15 -0300
Hello there. I`m using Endnote 5 and I would like to extract the endnote
library to Microsoft Access but the styles that endnote came with does
not allow me to do so easily.... If there is a easier way can you email
me the details so I can get along with my work.....



Thanks


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Author: Nianzhen Li    Posted: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 16:04:48 -0600
Hi,
I'm having an odd problem with citations when I use EndNote 4 in
Word 2001 (windows XP). I wonder if anyone had that experience before.
Normally I add a citation before the end of a sentence, i.e.
immediately before the period mark [author, year, #]. Then I formatted
the bibliography. But if I then unformat it, the citation will appear
after the period mark; [author, year, #]and same position if I
reformatted. (author, year) I tried to add a space before the citation
in unformatted text, it still didn't help.
I'm crazy now if I have to manually correct each one in a paper with
citations.
Thanks for your help!

Nianzhen Li



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Author: Antonios Liolios    Posted: Wed, 10 Apr 2002 14:31:52 +0300
Dear friends,

I cannot connect to the NLM anymore through endnote 3.0. I get an error
reading records message and that PubMed response was not understood. Any
help anyone?

Thanks

Antonios
Athens, Greece


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Both are referred to below.

----------------------

EndNote, ProCite, Reference Manager mailing list archive
Dear List,

I'm happy to announce the existence of an alternative mailing list
archive. The archives contain almost all messages send to the EndNote,
ProCite and Reference Manager mailing list between 1998 and 2002. The
archives are updated hourly.
(Offered with full support of ISI ResearchSoft and Mark Tyler Day
(ProCite List Owner)).

The main advantage of this archive: search all three lists all
together or separately. Searching all lists at once can be a plus if
you are looking for issues like "electronic sources" or "citing
electronic journals" or "filing by record number". Some issues go
beyond one software package.

The main archive page (all lists):
http://www.researchsoftware.nl/kb/gforum.cgi?category=10

EndNote List:
1999-2001 http://www.researchsoftware.nl/kb/gforum.cgi?forum=36
2002- http://www.researchsoftware.nl/kb/gforum.cgi?forum=15

ProCite List:
1998-2001 http://www.researchsoftware.nl/kb/gforum.cgi?forum=37
2002- http://www.researchsoftware.nl/kb/gforum.cgi?forum=17

Reference Manager:
1998-2001 http://www.researchsoftware.nl/kb/gforum.cgi?forum=38
2002- http://www.researchsoftware.nl/kb/gforum.cgi?forum=16

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Dear EndNote users,

Adept Scientific, ISI ResearchSoft's partner in the United Kingdom and
Germany, has (with ISI's permission) archived all postings to the
EndNote-Interest Mailing List since May 2000. These archives are at
http://lists.adeptscience.co.uk/endnote/

The EndNote-Interest Mailing List Archive forms a continuously-growing
online resource of messages posted to the mailing list. You can view the
archives indexed by Topic or by Date, or Search for the keywords relating
to the information you are seeking. This provides an easy way for people
to locate past postings and to track down information that has been
discussed in this forum.

We have, wherever possible, stripped out list subscriber e-mail details in
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Are the EndNote discussion threads archived somewhere,
so that I might search them?

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Author: Wolfgang V Ungern-Sternberg    Posted: Fri, 31 May 2002 11:10:41 -0400
/> To: /> Subject: RE: endnote-interest-digest V1 #1114
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Yes, please do something about the OLE interface: Iดd really like to
integrate EndNote with my word processor and could write the code myself,
only some documentation would be neccessary.

I asked customer service about it, but they forwarded it to somebody else
and I never heard about it again.

Wolfgang v. Ungern-Sternberg
Basel, Switzerland


Marsh Feldman suggested:
>13. Provide OLE interfaces with common software: MS Office,
>WordPerfect,
>SPSS, SAS, ArcView, Adobe, etc. For instance, using Census data in SPSS,
one
>creates a scatterplot which is then linked to a figure record in EndNote
>which, in turn, is used for a figure in a Word document. If the figure
>changes in SPSS, it also changes in the Word document.

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endnote-interest-digest Friday, May 31 2002 Volume 01 : Number 1114



In this issue:

Suggestions for future development

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Date: Thu, 30 May 2002 12:35:53 -0400
From: "Marshall Feldman" /> Subject: Suggestions for future development

Hi,

I just finished a rather long process correcting entries in an EndNote
library. Based on that experience, I have a couple of suggestions for the
future.

1. Add a "time stamp" field to each bibliographic entry. Record the
times
the entry was created and last modified.
2. Perhaps also add a "signature" of some sort to each record. The
purpose
would be to record WHO created the record, on WHICH computer, WHO last
modified the record, and on WHICH computer. To save space and allow
standardization, users could "log in" to Endnote, with their name and
initials or other identifier, and EndNote could ask for a machine name or
identifier during installation.
3. Allow fields to refer to the content of other fields. For
instance,
allow the Label field to include references to the record number. That way
if the record in imported into another library, there's a ready-made field
of information allowing you to go back and figure out exactly where the
record came from.
4. Expand the search feature. Allow a first search for records
having
certain content and then allow for a second search based on the results of
the first. For instance, Search 1 identifies all records with "Entered by
George" in the Label field; Search 2 finds all records with titles matching
the records selected in the first search.
5. Allow "fuzzy" searches -- similar but not identical records.
6. Add rules and something like regular expressions to the search
feature.
For instance, make it easy to find every record which has the first letter
of each word in its title capitalized.
7. Add record types, or make appropriate use of existing records
more
obvious, for (1) chapters in books (not collections, books written by a
single author), (2) papers presented at conferences (not conference
proceedings), (3) various sorts of photocopied material (forms, syllabi,
handouts, notes).
8. Add fields to identify the location of an item. For example, if
one owns
a particular book, it's on reserve in the library, and one also has
photocopies of 3 chapters in their files.
9. Allow for multiple copies of a single item. Include some way of
noting
if it's loaned out. (Without creating a custom field or duplicate records.)
10. Implement an email interface so that, for instance, EndNote can
send
you a reminder that Joe has had your book for over a year now or that you
need to renew the library book you took out. EndNote might also send Joe a
reminder.
11. Allow sub fields in some fields. For instance, allow the Label
field to
have sub fields. Provide an easy way for the user to set, search, and modify
sub fields. For instance, the Label field might have sub fields for the
reference's source, original record number, and the initials of the person
who summarized the item in the current record's Notes field.
12. Implement a macro language in something like VBA.
13. Provide OLE interfaces with common software: MS Office,
WordPerfect,
SPSS, SAS, ArcView, Adobe, etc. For instance, using Census data in SPSS, one
creates a scatterplot which is then linked to a figure record in EndNote
which, in turn, is used for a figure in a Word document. If the figure
changes in SPSS, it also changes in the Word document.
14. Provide a "fast entry" mode for citations, reminiscent of Refer
and Bib
on Unix systems. While typing a document, the user presses a function key to
toggle on "citation mode." The user then enters some words that will help
identify the exact record to use from the EndNote library (e.g., "Smith
Wealth Nations"). EndNote would then search the library to find the
appropriate reference. There could be two modes for doing this searching.
One would be manual: at some point the author stops writing and presses a
function key to initiate the search. The other would be "real time": after
the citation is entered, it turns yellow; EndNote then starts the search; if
it finds a single reference that matches, the citation turns green; if it
encounters a problem (e.g., reference not found, more than one reference
matches the search criteria, etc.), the reference turns red. EndNote
provides some way to search for problematic citations and fix them.
15. Improve Endnote's ability to import references from text files.
We've
discussed this before, and I know this is a non-trivial task which probably
cannot be completely automated. Nonetheless, there's quite a bit of room for
improvement. (E.g., let the user read in a few records and "train" EndNote
to recognize fields in the text file, move the records to a temporary
library, and (using the new macro language?) fix any errors from importing
the records.

Some of these suggestions are much easier to implement than others. I hope
at least some of them can be implemented.

Marsh Feldman
The University of Rhode Island

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End of endnote-interest-digest V1 #1114
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Author: Nils =?iso-8859-1?Q?M=FCller-Scheessel?=    Posted: Thu, 13 Jun 2002 10:02:40 +0200
/> Subject: Re: EndNote 5 and OSX
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The problem might be that you did not allocate enough memory to either
EndNote or Word (in MacOS X the memory is allocated automatically, but in
Classic mode you still have to adjust it manually). Get info for both
programms and give them more memory. Perhaps this helps.

Nils




>Date: Thu, 13 Jun 2002 08:50:17 +1000
>From: Colin Hunter /> >Subject: EndNote 5 and OSX
>
>
>I am using EndNote 5 with Microsoft Word X for Mac in Classic mode with Mac
>OS 10.1.5. When I try to 'copy formatted' a reference in my EndNote library
>and then paste it into a Word document I get a message 'There is not enough
>memory or disk space to complete this operation'. I have checked the disk
>space on my computer and that is not a problem. If I start in OS 9.2.1 I
>sometimes get the same message, but sometimes it pastes ok. Any ideas?

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Author: Wolfgang V Ungern-Sternberg    Posted: Mon, 1 Jul 2002 11:41:34 -0400 (
/> To: /> Subject: Re: Scan Paper feature has been dropped from Endnote 6
Date: Mon, 1 Jul 2002 08:24:10 +0200
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>on 28.06.02 12.00 am, Warren Beck wrote:
>
>> The implications of this action are significant. The only word
>> processors that EndNote 6 will support are Microsoft Word and
>> Wordperfect; these are the only two word processors that have add-in or
>> macro support.
>
>That is not entirely true. Framemaker is highly scriptable, but EN has
never
>made use of it.

The same goes for XMetal, an XML-oriented word processor with an extensive
scripting interface.
Iดve even offered to write the integration routines, but ISI wonดt let me
have
the interface documentation. The customer relations people were friendly,
but
Iดve never heard anything again since they forwarded it to somebody who
could
decide it.

Wolfgang v. Ungern-Sternberg
State Independent Theological Seminary Basle, Switzerland

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Author: Brian C King    Posted: Mon, 1 Jul 2002 13:30:23 -0400
Hello,

I need a question answered for endnote 5. I'm trying to create a template
for a proper citation style. The way I like to format my documents in
Microsoft word is by making the authors name flush left style and the
reference justified style. Is there some way to make a custom template do
this for me or do I have to physically alter every reference in Microsoft
word after I've formated the bibliography and then turned off the endnote
field codes? Thanks.

Brian King

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Author: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Philipp_R=F6der?=    Posted: Tue, 27 Aug 2002 16:47:02 +0200
I have a problem with EndNote on a XP Notebook (P3 Mobile Processor,
512MB Ram)

After inserting citations, when pressing the Backspace Key, Word stops
responding. In Systemmonitor I can see that Processortime grows up to
100% and that pageerrors occur.

Any Idea how to get it working correctly?

Im testing with a free trial of EndNote, are there known problems with
this - maybe special - version?

Yours
Philipp R=F6der

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Author: Brian Heaton    Posted: Fri, 04 Oct 2002 10:10:29 +0100
How do I continue with consecutive numbering of references for 2 different
word files, eg 2 consecutive chapters?
Brian Heaton
****************************************************************************
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Department of Chemistry
University of Liverpool
Donna & Robert Robinson Labs
Liverpool L69 7ZD
Tel: +44 (0)151 794 3524
Fax: +44 (0)151 794 3540
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Author: Leon    Posted: Tue, 29 Oct 2002 21:51:0 +0800
Subject: Where can I find a ISI full journal term list for my ENDNOTE?
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ฃฌhelloฃก
I am trying to find a SCI&SSCI full journal term list for my
ENDNOTE. Where can I get it? Thx!
กกกก

Best Wish!

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Author: Leon    Posted: Tue, 29 Oct 2002 21:50:2 +0800
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helloฃก
I got a problem with citation import from ISI Web of Knowledge. It
has a special item:"times cited" in field"Notes",but it also have other item
in this field such as "ISI number" and "journal name". If I want to just
keep the "times cited" item and copy them into another field, what should I
do? Can I create a new filter to do this?

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Author: Gunsolus, Darlene E    Posted: Thu, 31 Oct 2002 14:37:47 -0500
/> Subject: RE: endnote-interest-digest V1 #1221
Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2002 07:07:14 -0500
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RE: Where to find a ISI full journal term list for my ENDNOTE?

I think the best Journal list is not in table format, and realizing that I
only use Medical Journals, is found at PubMed in their Journal Listing.
This also has a link to the journals themselves for downloading the
articles.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?db=journals


Darlene Gunsolus
Desktop Publishing
Mayo Clinic
Jacksonville, FL

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Author: Laura Pangallozzi    Posted: Tue, 19 Nov 2002 16:15:49 -0500
Hi,

I just bought EndNote 6.0 for Windows, and I'm using it with Windows XP.
I've found that everytime I turn on the Cite as You Write macros,
Microsoft Word crashes--roughly every 5 minutes or so. Quite
frustrating. Apologies if this replicates similar postings.

Laura Pangallozzi
Urban Planning
Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and
Public Policy
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey



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Author: Alastair Goldman    Posted: Fri, 10 Jan 2003 11:36:45 -0500
I have just used EndNote 6.0.2 Updater on my Mac running OS 10.2. Endnote
is unable to make an external connection. It reports "file not found" what
ever connection I try.

Any offers on what's up?


Alastair SH Goldman
Dept. of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
The University of Sheffield
Sheffield
S10 2TN

44-(0)114-222-2779

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Author: F K Li    Posted: Thu, 30 Jan 2003 13:16:16 +0800
Hi,
In fact, my question is directed towards the staff in ISIresearchsoft. When
will Endnote have a checkbox in the "Library" window? I ask this question
every time when there is an upgrade? To me, version 6 is no different from
version 2 or 3 as long as there is no checkbox. Since both Procite and
Reference Manager are from the same company, I see no reason in threatening
to quit using Endnote. (In fact, there are other choices e.g. GetaRef, which
are pretty good!!!) On the other hand, if ISI decided that there will not be
any checkbox in Endnote (and never will!!!) in order to distinguish it from
Procite and RM, I think it would be fair for ISI to clarify this so that the
faithful followers of ENDNOTE can make a decision earlier.

Felix Li
Hong Kong

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Author: Ryan Mowat    Posted: Wed, 26 Mar 2003 15:18:07 +0000
hi

I am trying to create a numbered master bibliography for a
document of several chapters. My problem is that I then want to
insert separate numbered bibliographies at the end of each
chapter, where the references refer to citations in the chapter, and
the bibliographical numbers are identical with the the relevant
references in the final master bibliography. I am using Endnote 4,
but could upgrade if necessary.

any help much appreciated.

ryan mowat

Ryan Mowat
MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit
4 Lilybank Gardens
Glasgow G12 8RZ

Tel : 44 (0)141-357 3949
Fax : 44 (0)141-337 2389

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Author: Val Hamilton    Posted: Wed, 2 Apr 2003 16:55:10 +0000
Does anyone have an Endnote filter for DIALOG versions of either
PAIS

or know if it's close to any of the other DIALOG filters. It has
tagged record as below.

With thanks

Val Hamilton
Information Scientist
MRC Social & Public Health Sciences Unit
Glasgow

FN- DIALOG(R)File 49:PAIS Int.|
CZ- (c) 2003 Public Affairs Information Service. All rts. reserv.|
AN- <DIALOG> 00634460|
AN- <PAIS> 01-1200710|
TI- <MAIN> A flow approach to industrial sites, firm dynamics and
regional
employment growth: a case study of Amsterdam-North.|
AU- <AU2> Gorter, Cees|
AU- <AU3> and others|
JN- Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie|
PD- 92:119-38 no 2 2001|
IL- <IL2> bibl(s)^table(s)^diag(s)^map(s)|
LA- Engl|
DT- p|
UR- <PUBLISHER> World Wide Web:
<URL:http://www.blackwellpublishers.co.uk>
[cited 3 January 2002].^E-mail: /> [cited 3 January 2002].|
SN- 0040-747X|
AB- <AB1> Analyzes relationship between spatial planning of
industrial
sites and changes in regional employment; focuses on regional
economic
development, migration of firms, and job flows; based on data
from
annual firm registers, 1989-93.|
DE- <DE1> Regionalism _ Labor aspects^Employment _ Netherlands^City
planning _ Netherlands _ Amsterdam, Netherlands^Industrial
districts _
Netherlands _ Amsterdam, Netherlands^Amsterdam, Netherlands _
Economic
development^Cities and towns _ Growth^Netherlands _ Industrial
policy^Netherlands _ Urban policy^Netherlands _ Business
conditions||

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Author: Wiedemann, Leanne    Posted: Wed, 23 Apr 2003 19:21:33 -0400
Unformat the document and reformat it. The non-existent record is in the
temporary library. The next time, it won't be able to find the #515 and you
should edit that reference to the correct one.

-----Original Message-----
From: Journal of Vestibular Research (JVR) /> Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2003 11:23 AM
To: /> Subject: Getting rid of deleted citation in manuscript



We're writing a manuscript, and developing the EndNote library at the
same time. I'm not sure of the sequence here, but here's what we see:

1) Library has a single entry, #524, referencing a particular reference,
call it Smith 2003.
2) Paper cites Smith 2003. So far, so good.
3) However, paper has another citation to Smith 2003, pointing to
(non-existent) record #515.
4) If, in Word 2000, we do a citation search, it shows both records,
#515 and #524.
5) On the other hand, if we open EndNote directly and search on Smith,
only #524 shows up.

Examining these two records (in Word) shows that #515 has the title
capitalized and the volume/page part left blank, while #524 has the
title with only the first word capitalized and the rest of the entry
filled in. What I suspect happened is someone started to enter the
info, deleted the record, and later added it back in. Perhaps the
citation was inserted into Word before the entry was deleted, I'm not
sure.

How do we get rid of references to the non-existant (there, I spelled it
both ways!) reference to Record #515, and have this non-existant record
not show up when we do an EndNote citation search (the magnifying glass
icon) from within Word?

Bob Schor

Robert H. Schor, Ph.D.
Department of Otolaryngology
University of Pittsburgh
(412) 647-2116

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Author: D T W Wong    Posted: Fri, 9 May 2003 11:09:11 -0400 (
/> Subject: Cursor does not return to temp citation
Date: Fri, 9 May 2003 11:09:55 +0100
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Hi

A user experienced a strange problem with Endnote which I could not recreate
on my PC:

1. I put the cursor where I want
2. I click the button of Endnote
3. after several seconds, the page jumps to the end (instead of stay there)
4. the citation is there after I manage to find out the original place.

Could anyone help? The machine previously had Endnote 6 and but it was
causing the memory leak problem with Word XP and now it has Endnote 5.

Thanks,

David

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Author: John East    Posted: Mon, 19 May 2003 12:17:10 -0400
=?iso-8859-1?Q?Connection_file_for_Biblioth=E8que_Nationale_de_France?=
Date: Mon, 19 May 2003 15:28:37 +1000
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The Biblioth่que Nationale de France has recently made its main catalogue,
BN Opale Plus, available via a Z39.50 server. The database is freely
accessible without subscription. We have created a connection file which can
be downloaded from our website at:
http://www.library.uq.edu.au/endnote/connect.html#B

The main problem is that EndNote is unable to import the diacritics
correctly. However, it seems to garble them in a consistent fashion, so you
can probably use EndNote's Change Text command to globally convert the
garbled version into the correct form. For example, you can search your
EndNote library to locate "ะc" in Any Field, and convert it to "็".
(Remember to uncheck the "Match Words" option.) This seems to work quite
well.

A couple of points on searching:

If your search retrieves too many hits, the server will return a "temporary
system error" message. Close the connection and then re-open it.

When using the search options "Word/s Anywhere" and "Phrase Anywhere", do
not use the operator AND to add further search terms.


John East
University of Queensland Library
Email: />

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Author: Ruth    Posted: Thu, 29 May 2003 10:28:10 +1000
I ended up changing the names of my Custom fields to, eg, Cust1-Archives so
that I have the real name I recognise as well as the Custom1 name for
searching. I have them as term lists and it helps when showing them too. I
never found a way to customise them.

Ruth Callcott
Callcott Consulting Pty Ltd
Newcastle Australia
(h) 02-4962 1914
(w) 02-4968 3408
/>

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Author: F K Li    Posted: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 15:25:54 +0800
Hi,
I am using Endnote 4. PubMed is the only database I use and connecting is
usually a few clicks away. In recent few weeks, it seems that something is
going on and searching PubMed using the connection file is no longer
possible. I read the Endnote website and it said that we can no longer
access PubMed using connection file with Endnote 4. Any body can help? I
don't want to upgrade it to version 6.

FELIX LI


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Author: Lera    Posted: Sat, 18 Oct 2003 18:48:30 +0200
Hallo!

i'm trying to import the results of the database-research from chemical
abstracts into endnote. not really difficult for the new database. but ive
got problems working with CAS-entries from 1997 and older.

there are just 5 tags: AN, TI, BI, KW, IN
the most needed information stands behind "BI"

for example:

AN 127:267606
TI Optimal remediation policy selection under general conditions.
BI Wang, M.; Zheng, C. (Dep. Geol., Univ. Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
35487-0338, USA). Ground Water, 35(5), 757-764 (English) 1997 Ground Water
Publishing CODEN: GRWAAP. ISSN: 0017-467X. DOCUMENT TYPE: Journal CA
Section: 61 (Water)
AB A new simulation-optimization model has been developed for the optimal
design of ground-water remediation systems under a variety of field
conditions.........
KW groundwater pollution remediation policy selection
IN Environmental modeling, .....

im trying to write a filter to get the entries from BI to put them in the
right fields: Author, Year, Journal/Conference Name, Pages, CODEN,
Language, ISSN.

is there any filter to import all the informations from the older database
in the right order into the endnote-library?
how can endnote recognize the Document Type?

thanks!

valeria


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Diane,

Thank you very much this worked.


I would like to thank everyone else for their suggestions on fixing this
problem.




At 12:32 PM 10/27/2003 -0500, you wrote:

>Hello,
> I had the same problem once two years ago, and I installed the
>export plug-in (http://thomsonisiresearchsoft.com/support/export/).
>After that a pop-up windows opened in order for me to choose between
>Procite and EndNote.
>
>Hope this help.
>
>Diane
>
>-----Message d'origine-----
>De : endnote-interest-digest /> >Envoy้ : 25 octobre, 2003 02:00
>ภ : /> >Objet : endnote-interest-digest V1 #1452
>
>
>
>endnote-interest-digest Saturday, October 25 2003 Volume 01 : Number
>1452
>
>
>
>In this issue:
>
> Re: Retaining capitalisation
> Re: Science Direct was Re: endnote-interest-digest V1 #1450
> EndNote 7 and Pocket PC PDAs
> Re: Endnote 7 for mac preview pane
> Word locks up OSX/Endnote
> Palm Menu
> Re: Endnote 7 for mac preview pane
>
>----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 17:12:33 +1000
>From: Ross Langmead /> >Subject: Re: Retaining capitalisation
>
>Sandy wrote:
>
> > I am attempting to retain the capitalization of acronyms in titles
>
>If I understand your problem correctly, it is a matter of selecting a
>preference within the style you're using. In my version of Endnote (6
>for
>Mac) this is the path you take to select it:
>
>Edit>Output Styles>Edit [Stylename]>Bibliography [or Footnotes, as
>desired]>Capitalization>Leave Titles As Entered
>
>Either of the other preferences overrides your capitalisation in the
>'sentence' or 'headline' style.
>
>I hope this helps.
>
>Ross
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 16:47:09 -0700
>From: Dennis Lai /> >Subject: Re: Science Direct was Re: endnote-interest-digest V1 #1450
>
>Virgina,
>
>Hmmm, interesting. I did not get a popup asking me which application I
>wanted to use, it just choose Procite for me. I'm using IE is there a
>way to change the pre chosen choice of procite?
>
>
>At 10:19 AM 10/23/2003 -0400, you wrote:
>
> >Hello Dennis Lai,
> >
> >I have versions of the big 3 software packages on my PC desktop
> >(Endnote, ProCite and Reference
> >Manager) and when I click Export after choosing Citation and Abstract
> >on the Export page in Science Direct, I get a popup asking me to
> >point to one of the 3, so I just click Endnote.
> >
> >Don't you get a popup with Endnote and Procite for you to choose?
> >assuming that you have both...
> >
> >Once I click on Endnote, then I'm asked to select the Endnote library
> >in which to deposit the exported citations.
> >
> >Be aware that the Keywords will be omitted in your Export...if you
> >want them you'll have to copy/paste from SciDirect into Endnote (how
> >clunky since they're sitting right there in the database!). I wrote
> >Elsevier years ago and asked that they include keywords in Export,
> >but it has never happened..
> >
> >virginia benjamin
> >univ. of georgia libraries
> >athens, ga.
> >
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: "endnote-interest-digest" /> > >To: /> > >Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2003 2:00 AM
> >Subject: endnote-interest-digest V1 #1450
> >
> >
> >
> > >
> > > Date: Tue, 21 Oct 2003 10:52:43 -0700
> > > From: Dennis Lai /> > > > Subject: Science Direct
> > >
> > > How can I import records into EndNote from Science Direct? I've
> > > tried exporting information out in the RIS format, but it saves it
> > > to Procite instead of endnote.
> > >
> > >
> > > __________________________________________________________________
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> >snip
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 07:38:24 -0400
>From: leonard286 /> >Subject: EndNote 7 and Pocket PC PDAs
>
>Does EndNote function on PDAs that run the Pocket PC operating system?
>I am thinking about buying one of the iPAQ PDAs, which runs this
>scaled-down version of the Windows OS. If EndNote does run on these
>PDAs, is there a minimum hardware configuration that I should shop for?
>
>
>
>Thanks,
>
>
>
>Arnie
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 16:32:05 -0400
>From: Robert Evans /> >Subject: Re: Endnote 7 for mac preview pane
>
>Hello Penney,
>
>To my knowledge there is no way to do what you want to do. I too found
>this frustrating when I went from EndNote 4 for Windows to version 6
>for Mac. Yes, the "bug" has been around for at least a version. As for
>a workaround, instead of exporting the entire reference to Word, I
>usually open the record and copy the field I want.
>
>- -Robert.
>
>
> > Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 16:31:30 -0700
> > From: Penney Alldredge /> > > Subject: Endnote 7 for mac preview pane
> >
> > I sent this message to Endnote tech support, and the tech that
> > replied said the problem appeared to be a bug. Since he wasn't
> > sure, I thought I'd see if anyone here had successfully dealt with
> > this
> > problem:
> >
> > On Endnote 6 for Windows, I was able when previewing references, to
> > select text in the preview pane and copy it. This was very useful
> > for quickly copying part of a reference or the entire reference. In
> > Endnote 7 for Mac, I cannot find a way to copy text from the preview
> > window. Is there a way to do this? It is very cumbersome to export
> > the reference to Word if all I want to do is quickly copy a single
> > reference.
> >
> > - -Penney
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 12:55:02 -0700
>From: "Chris Bell" /> >Subject: Word locks up OSX/Endnote
>
>Hi Friends,
>
>I'm a new member of this list and am already presenting a problem :-)
>
>I'm having problems on Mac OSX Jaguar with Endnote 6.0.2., Build 407
>
>Hi, when I type in my Word Document, all the sudden, without
>explanation, Word will give me a rainbow-colored wait cursor and never
>stop showing this. I can click off of word and use other applications,
>but Word is effectively frozen.
>
>This happens just while I'm typing, not doing anything fancy.
>
>The only thing that is different with this document and many others
>I've written on this computer with Word is that with this one, I am
>using EndNote and inserting references.
>
>Do you have any ideas on why this is happening? Any tips on what I
>could do to determine what the problem is? Are there any patches or the
>like that I should apply that will help stabalize this?
>
>Does it seem that my document is somehow corrupt? If so, how would you
>suggest I go about transferring it to another document?
>
>Thanks very much for any advice you can offer?
>
>Chris
>
>
>- ---
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 16:42:19 -0400
>From: Alexandre Enkerli /> >Subject: Palm Menu
>
>So, did anyone solve the problem with the Palm synchronization menu
>item not appearing? The app works on my Cli้ and I don't have any
>problem synching, but the menu doesn't show the Palm.
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 15:56:35 -0700
>From: Penney Alldredge /> >Subject: Re: Endnote 7 for mac preview pane
>
>Thanks, everyone. I can't believe the mac version is doesn't have all
>the functionality of the PC version. Don't the developers check these
>things? Looks like the only way to copy a single reference is with
>command-k (copy formatted), and if I want to copy part of a reference
>I'll have to open its record. The command-k trick does pretty much
>solve the problem for me, though.
>
>- -Penney
>
>
>On Oct 24, 2003, at 1:32 PM, Robert Evans wrote:
>
> >
> > Hello Penney,
> >
> > To my knowledge there is no way to do what you want to do. I too
> > found this frustrating when I went from EndNote 4 for Windows to
> > version 6 for Mac. Yes, the "bug" has been around for at least a
> > version. As for a workaround,
> > instead of exporting the entire reference to Word, I usually open the
> > record
> > and copy the field I want.
> >
> > -Robert.
> >
> >
> >> Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 16:31:30 -0700
> >> From: Penney Alldredge /> > >> Subject: Endnote 7 for mac preview pane
> >>
> >> I sent this message to Endnote tech support, and the tech that
> >> replied said the problem appeared to be a bug. Since he wasn't
> >> sure, I thought I'd see if anyone here had successfully dealt with
> >> this
> >> problem:
> >>
> >> On Endnote 6 for Windows, I was able when previewing references, to
> >> select text in the preview pane and copy it. This was very useful
> >> for quickly copying part of a reference or the entire reference. In
> >> Endnote 7 for Mac, I cannot find a way to copy text from the
> >> preview window. Is there a way to do this? It is very cumbersome to
> >> export the reference to Word if all I want to do is quickly copy a
> >> single reference.
> >>
> >> - -Penney
> >
> >
>**********************************
>Penney Alldredge
>University of California at Davis
>Sociology Department
>1 Shields Avenue
>Davis, CA 95616
>
>------------------------------
>
>End of endnote-interest-digest V1 #1452
>***************************************

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Author: Mack Lundy    Posted: Mon, 1 Dec 2003 18:14:29 -0500 (
/> Subject: Cambridge Scientific Abstracts Connection file
Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2003 17:16:41 -0500
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I have a call in to CSA about this but it seems to be taking a while to get
back to me so ...

My connection to Z3950.csa.org was rejected by the host. Do sites
specifically have to request that CSA allow connection via Z39.50 like you
have to do with RLIN?

As a work-around, I told my users about the filter files for the CSA
databases but they are not happy with the results. They say
"I have tried the filters, but I have yet to have any satisfaction from
using them. They are so poor on recognizing the correct field that the
amount of manual editing required negates their benefit."

And

"The CSA filter for the Biological Sciences collection gets a lot of the
information into the right fields. The year of publication, however,
sometimes is correct and other times is assigned as the first page of the
article."

Has any one experienced these problems and worked out a solution?

Thanks

Mack


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Author: LLLangford    Posted: Thu, 11 Dec 2003 17:15:37 -0600
Does anyone have or is there some place to get references for endnote
APA 5th style without having to create your own. There are a number of
references like Bills, electronic sources, case law that are listed but
some are not. Say for instance a reference from a dissertation and
different kinds of case law federal, state, appeal etc., web sites =
and
many others.

=20

Also, when I am doing cwyw in word when I'm in the APA 5th template my
reference page goes from double space to single spaced. Anyone know =
how
to stop this? I can go to the page and highlight it and change it to
double but I don't want to have to keep doing this.

=20

Lyndon L. Langford

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Author: RichardJHU    Posted: Mon, 5 Jan 2004 12:18:01 -0500 (
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Endnote works well with my old treo from handspring assume it would
with the newer one

Richard
In a message dated 23/12/03 11:35:53, writes:




Has anyone tried using EndNote with this combined PDA and mobile
telephone?

It seems that Handspring is part of Palm now - according to the website
-
but the architecture of the PDA might make EndNote not work with it. The
EndNote website limits those which should work to a list of Palm models.
On
the other hand it is a very new PDA and uses the right Palm system
(5.2.1).

Any experiences or advice?

Thanks.

Duncan

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Author: Agrest    Posted: Mon, 5 Jan 2004 09:10:14 -0500
Does anyone have the connection files for Fordham University's library
catalogue, online journal subscriptions, and databases? No one at the
University seems to know.
-Thanks.


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Author: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Finne_H=E5kon?=    Posted: Tue, 20 Jan 2004 10:56:36 -0500
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I would get a person skilled in automating word processing tasks to look at
it.

In Microsoft Word XP, it should be feasible to do something along the
following lines:

In the running text, insert an endnote (not to be confused with EndNote).
However, make sure the endnote marker is not a sequential number but a mark
(such as a period). This is specified as an option for endnotes.
Then, as the first entry of the endnote, insert a cross-reference to the
endnote in the running text. Make sure it displays the page on which the
endnote exists, rather than the sequential number of the endnote. There is
your page number!
Then, as the second entry of the endnote, insert the EndNote in-text
citation. Make sure it does not have an (author, year) format, but one that
displays the information you want. The list of references is created as
usual, and the first-entries of each footnote are dynamically updated to
point to the page from which it is called.
How do you get rid of the periods? Color them white.
Program the whole procedure and add it to a pushbutton for your tool bar.

I wuold not deliver a manuscript like this to a publisher, however, unless I
was certain that it made their work easier rather than more cumbersome.
Perhaps it could be converted to .rtf format to become acceptable.

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From: Shana Gass
Sent: 16. januar 2004 22:58
To: Endnote-Interest
Subject: "Page Reference" Style


Greetings all,

I have a question (asked on behalf of a faculty member writing a book):

You know how some books get published with a citation system that uses
no in-text notes/numbers, but has notes grouped at the end of the book
that go something like this:

59, "never understood by the other children." Mugwump's childhood
relationships as portrayed in Richard Andrews, _The Last of the
Mohicans_, New York: Knopf, 1978, p. 23.

[where 59 is the page number to which the citation applies].

There is also a bibliography in the end matter.

Is there such an EndNote style? Of course, the page numbers can't be
valid until the book is typeset anyway. Of course one could use EndNote
to "copy formatted" citations to plug in to the notes, but then those
notes wouldn't update if you updated the library.

Footnotes can be converted to endnotes, but the numbers would need to
refer to page numbers rather than being 1, 2, 3, etc. Of course pages
could have multiple "notes."

Is it still beneficial to use EndNote in this situation? Perhaps
creating the "page reference style" is something that the publisher
handles? (The book doesn't have a publisher yet, so I don't have a
publisher to ask.) What is the most logical way to do this?

Many thanks,

Shana



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Reference/Instruction Librarian
Madeleine Clark Wallace Library
Wheaton College
Norton, MA 02766

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Author: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Finne_H=E5kon?=    Posted: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 11:26:39 -0500
/> Subject: RE: APA author formatting
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 09:22:04 +0100
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Check that you have not manually edited this particular citation by giving
it the prefix M.
If the Dunn in this case is actually LM Dunn, check that there is not an
extra comma in the author field.
Check the setting for ambiguous citations and if there is a chance that
EndNote might consider this particular citation to be ambiguous.

-- Hๅkon


-----Original Message-----
From: Susan F. Epstein
Sent: 26. januar 2004 20:49
To: Endnote-Interest
Subject: APA author formatting


In writing my dissertation using the APA 5th style, I have come across an
idiosyncratic glitch that appears limited to a single citation. I have
several citations for an M. Dunn; there is also an L.M. Dunn. For some
reason on one citation only, the format is coming out as:

(M. Dunn, Flax, & Sliwinski, 1996)

I don't want that initial there, and I don't know how to get rid of it. I'm
also quite puzzled as to why this is taking place only on this citation. Any
help will be appreciated.

Susan Epstein


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Author: Catalysis And Reactor Engg Group    Posted: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 13:41:13 -0500
Hi All,

So far, I had the endnote WoS (ISI) connection file working perfectly (after
changing the connection URL to
gateway/Gateway.cgi?GWVersion=2&SrcAuth=ISIResearchSoft&SrcApp=EndNote&DestA
pp=WOS

Today, it seems that something had changed and I missed it. It connects but
then
a window pops up with a question if I wish to open 'Thomson ISI - eSource'
in
the default browser.

When I click on 'Yes' on the window, I get to a page
(http://www.isinet.com/esource/), which has a message...
" eSource? has been discontinued. Please go to www.shopisi.net for
information
about other ISI resources."

Please let me know if you have had luck and your connection URL if its
different
than above.

Thanks,
Sameer

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Author: Carlos Ferreira    Posted: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 12:09:56 +0000
I bought my endnote in 2001 and he worked perfectly with the word 2000 and
XP. I installed now the Word 2003 and I don't get to do insert citations
with the command Insert Select Citation(s). The message mistake is: There no
references select in the front EndNote library. What is not true.
thank you for your attention.





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Author: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Mencu_Garc=EDa-Bermejo_Giner?=    Posted: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 13:57:41 -0500
/> Subject: Re: EN 7 and Mac OS 10.3 compatibility
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 20:18:11 +0100
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Hi Thomas, and Troy,
I have endnote 7 running on Panther just as well with 600 odd Mb of ram
on a G4 laptop (933) and it is painfully slow.
Any ideas why?
Cheers
Mike
El 16/03/2004, a las 14:35, Thomas Doniol-Valcroze escribi๓:

> Hi Troy,
>
> Just to let you know: I have Endnote 7 running on Panther (10.3.2) and
> everything works perfectly well: templates, styles, remote searches,
> etc.
> I have had no problem whatsoever so far.
>
> Cheers, Thomas.
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Author: Ian And May McPhail    Posted: Tue, 23 Mar 2004 14:32:52 +1000
All my url web addresses in Endnote appear in the bibliography as eg 'Vol
2003'. I tried putting them into the date accessed field, and they then
appeared on teh screen and I was able to print a copy BUT after I
closed/reopened the document the web addresses had disappeared!! Can anyone
advise how to get them to stik??
Thanks
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Author: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Finne_H=E5kon?=    Posted: Fri, 2 Apr 2004 13:58:47 +0200
Dear EndNote-listers,

A colleague has been using EndNote 2 with MS Word 97. Now she has changed to
MS Word XP and EndNote is not able to scan her Word XP documents in order to
format citations and bibliography. Does she have to upgrade EndNote, or is
there another way of doing this?

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Author: Jim Klein    Posted: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 09:52:03 -0700
Is there a way to have endote provide you with a list of all of your
keywords?
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Jim
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Author: Jim Klein    Posted: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 11:43:31 -0700
Is there a way to insert one or several keywords into multiple
references at a time. I am downloading newspaper references from
ProQuest. ProQuest dumps the references into my library. I may have =
as
many as 10 references regarding a certain unique incident. I want to =
be
able to insert a unique identifier in each of those references without
having to open each reference one by one. =20
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On a related issue, can I change the format of those references all at
the same time. Most of my references are journal articles or books. =
If
I could select all of my newspaper references at once and change the
format to newspaper article that would save some time. =20
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Any ideas are appreciated.
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Author: Selden Deemer    Posted: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 08:33:35 -0400
Graham Shipley writes:

> I now have over 20,000 entries and have followed advice to keep
> everything in one file. That works fine, but is cumbersome to back
> up (which I do to a zip disk each day, taking this to another computer
> in another building to copy) as it is now over 8 megabytes. When
> compressed into a winzip file, however, it is less than 3 Mb.
>
> I notice, too, that if I delete a number of entries or remove
> unnecessary text from entries, the file doesn't get smaller; but
> thereafter, as I add new entries, it stays the same size for a time
> and only then starts increasing in size.
>
> Is there anything I can do to compress the file in its normal state?

"Big" database systems (i.e., such as used for a library catalog)
usually include reorg utilities to reclaim unused space. When you
delete a reference from an EndNote library, its record number never
gets recycled, and your description leads me to suspect that the
reference data are actually still there. The only way to get around
this would be to save your entire library as a new copy, but this
will renumber all the references, which causes its own problems if
they are linked to papers. What is the highest record number in your
EndNote library? This will provide a clue as to how much longer you
can continue adding to it, 32767 or thereabouts being the largest
record number that EndNote can handle.

Re backups, get a USB drive. Not only have these become inexpensive,
they are very, very fast, and in my experience are much more reliable
than Zip disks, as they have no moving parts. You can even use one as
a keyfob, carrying it with you always. 256 mb USB drives are now under
$50.

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Author: Benjamin Spagnolo    Posted: Wed, 23 Jun 2004 10:13:54 +0800
I wonder if anyone can help with this style query.

I wish to create a citation in the format: (4th ed, 1999). I have entered
the
following into my style template: (|Editionทed, Year). The separator is
necessary since, without it, the opening parenthesis does not appear if
there
is no edition. As a consequence, however, the opening parenthesis is
rendered
independent and appears in repeated citations, so that I end up with:
Ibid.(.
What I think I need to do is create dependency between the opening
parenthesis
and the Year field but don't seem to be able to do so.

I would be grateful if anyone has any suggestions.

Regards,
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Author: Louis Volkers/    Posted: Tue, 20 Jul 2004 08:17:15 +0200
/> To: /> Subject: Re: Pubmed - different problem
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At the end of 2003 PubMed changed the record layout.

To change the PubMed filter in EndNote7:
1- click [Edit] > [Import Filter] > [Open Filter Manager...]
2- go to PubMed(NLM) = type 'p' > browse to [PubMed(NLM)]
3- mark PubMed(NLM) with a [v] in the select box
4- click the name [PubMed(NLM)] (=blue) > click [Edit]
5- click [Record Layout]
6- change 'First tag:' from UI - into: PMID-


7- do you want to import records in other languages than English? If
not: go to 8
If yes: You must change the filter in order to put the original title
into the title field:
- click [Templates] > change the field code behind [TT -] from: Notes
into: Title
(do not change the field code 'Title' behind [TI -])
- click [X] in the right upper corner of the 'Edit PubMed{NLM)' window


8- click [X] in the right corner of the 'Import Filters' window


Now there should be no problem in importing records from PubMed(NLM) /
display 'Medline'.


Louis Volkers


"Pace, Victor" wrote:


I have seen some of the recent correspondence re pubmed. I have a
slightly different problem. I run Endnote 7. When I have done searches

in Pubmed, I save them as Medline txt.files as instructed by Pubmed,
then save them in Endnote. The Pubmed connection filter does not do
this, so I have used the Medline Dialog files (Medline Ovid does not
work with this either). However when I retrieve my references, there is

only the first line of the title, only the first line of the abstract,
no keywords and no URL. What should I be doing different?

Victor


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Author: Holm, Tom    Posted: Tue, 27 Jul 2004 08:33:38 -0500
This is how the U. of Illinois Ovid system works: 1. Click each
reference you want to import. 2. At the bottom of the screen click the
Direct Export radio button. I recommend clicking the Complete Reference
radio button, too, to get the keywords. 3. Click Save. The system
automatically invokes EndNote. I hope your system is as easy to use as
the U of I's.

Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2004 06:52:56 +1000

From: "Dianne Moses" />
Subject: Direct import from Ovid journals

I access individual Ovid journals via my university's library. Can I
import references directly into my EN7 library? If so, what are the
steps I should take? Do I save the reference and then import (as I do
with Blackwell journals)? So far, have managed only to save a .cgi =
file
which I can't import. Your advice will be greatly appreciated. Dianne
Moses


Tom Holm

Geochemist, Groundwater Section

Illinois State Water Survey

2204 Griffith Drive

Champaign, IL 61820

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Author: Wang,Hongjie    Posted: Wed, 4 Aug 2004 13:29:33 -0400 (
/> Subject: Using et al ?
Date: Wed, 4 Aug 2004 12:09:35 -0400
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Could someone help with this question:

"I am in need of your assistance on Endnote. When using et al., how do I
type
it in without is replacing it with al e? I referenced the book but was
unable to figure how to change the setting to my need. Not all of my
refereneces do I know all the authors therefore need to use et al.
Please advise"

Thanks

Hongjie Wang
Univ. of Connecticy

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Author: Jregan%    Posted: Mon, 9 Aug 2004 16:20:02 -0400 (
/> To: /> Subject: RE: Update to EndNote8
Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2004 15:55:13 -0400
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What seemed to work best for me, was creating a new library and importing
my existing 7 endnote library. I first tried to use the open command on my
existing 7 library and the result was a fairly unstable situation.


Original Message:
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From: /> Date: Sat, 07 Aug 2004 09:07:38 -0400
To: /> Subject: Update to EndNote8


I am having a lot of difficulty with this conversion from EndNote 7 to
Endnote 8. Anybody else having problems?

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Author: Auroville99    Posted: Wed, 11 Aug 2004 07:44:42 -0700
Hi,
I am working as a researcher for a diabetic clinic. I
want to create a library of all the images the doctors
have been using in their powerpoint slides at the
conference meetings. This will help them in the
future to write research grants as they can easily
search through the library and pull out all the
relevant images to use in the conference.

So I planned to use Endnote- as I dont really have any
programming experience and Endnote seems to be doing a
pretty good job. I am not using Adobe Photoshop as I
can put in much more info about an image in Endnote
(including abstract and conference details) to
increase the chances of it showing up in a search.
Also Endnote is linked to MS word so I feel thats a
good thing too.

What I am doing is this- I take the powerpoint slides
that the doc sent me, convert the ppt file to gif
images ( by clicking on save as and changing the
type), going to Endnote and putting in all the
relevant info into a new reference and insert the
picture in the endnote reference. I have put in abotu
200 such images. What I do next is- I go to MS Word,
under tables-> Endnote-> Find Figure, I get a preview
of what the pic actually is about. That was the most
important aspect of the whole project - to visually
recall the image so that we could use it in the
future.

I dont know how to proceed after that- in the sense,
once I decide which images I wanna use and insert it
into the word document , what do I do after that??

Also I am not able to get a list of figures- this will
help me pull out the powerpoint slides for further
editing. I also put the original powerpoint slides in
this endnote library so taht it can be pulled out
immediately rather than searching here and there.
Could you please help me out in getting a consolidated
figure list at the end of the word document? Thanks,
Appreciate it. Auroville.




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Author: Kathy Whipp    Posted: Mon, 20 Sep 2004 11:07:48 +0800
I am using APA 5th style and have not used this with endnote before. When
referencing in text, is there a way to avoid the doubling up of authors
names but still use endnote?

eg A report by Jones (Jones, 2000) states that .....

or is this normal practice. I normally use Vancouver style and this is not
an issue because of the numbering.

Kathy Whipp
Publications and Information Services Officer
Telethon Institute for Child Health Research
PO Box 855
West Perth WA 6872

Phone 61 8 9489 7799
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Author: Sun, Yu-Hao    Posted: Thu, 14 Oct 2004 09:32:33 +0800
Subject: Re: Searching for sole author
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you just need to sort all papers that Prof.X as the first author.

Cordially,
Yu-Hao Sun

======= 2004-10-13 20:29:04 ฤ๚ิฺภดะลึะะดตภฃบ=======

>Can anyone think of a way to search for papers which have only one
>author ? The only way I can think of doing it is by labelling such
>references when they are being input. My enquirer wants to do this in
>order to say Prof.X has been the sole author of so many papers and the
>joint author of so many other papers (and he is quite prolific!).
>
>

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Author: Keefer, Jeffrey    Posted: Fri, 29 Oct 2004 17:35:53 -0400
/> Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2004 13:55:24 -0400
Subject: problem with direct export from ProQuest
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I recently installed Windows XP SP2 and downloaded the update from
EndNote, and while most features appear to work properly, I have noticed
that some fields are not completed while using the Refman RIS filter
while conducting a ProQuest direct export. This works for the majority
of the information on the record, but it did not download the Journal,
Date, or Abstract.

Has anybody else noticed this? Can this be fixed? Is there a better
filter to use?

Thank you.

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Author: Bienstock, Jennifer    Posted: Fri, 5 Nov 2004 16:55:26 -0500
Has anyone created an output style for the journal Clinical
Neuropharmacology? I would appreciate any help I could get.

Thank you,

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Author: A M Muia    Posted: Sat, 06 Nov 2004 13:09:38 -0000
Dear everybody,

I have recently installed Endnote, realized that I cannot see the toolbar in
MS Word 2003, neither I can insert a citation from the Endnote itself.

I will appreciate any hint and tip

Many Thanks,
Alice

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Author: Sylvie Delacroix    Posted: Fri, 12 Nov 2004 15:26:45 -0500
One more -I hope not too silly- question: how can one create
"sub-libraries", i.e. libraries that will be considered as part of the
larger, main library...So far I have only managed to create separate
libraries...
Thanks for your help!
Sylvie


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Author:    Posted: Re: Opening full screen mode
> When I open EndNote, it keeps opening in full screen mode. Is there a
> way to have it remember the windows settings from a previous session?
> I am using EndNote 8.0.1 on Windows XP with Service Pack 2.

According to the Endnote help file and manual, Endnote remembers the
position of your *library* and *reference* windows; nothing is said about
remembering the position of the actual *application* window.

Mine also (same configuration: XP Pro Sp2 and En.8.0.1) regularly starts
maximized (which is, I presume, what you meant by "full screen mode"), and
does not even save "restored" size across sessions. (Despite the manual
and help files, Endnote definitely does *not* remember the positions of my
library and reference windows either). Setting a shortcut to start the program
minimized doesn't even work, nor any of the other normal tricks, like
"Start /MIN my_library.enl" at the command prompt... Endnote opens
maximized regardless.

In other words, I think the answer to your question is probably "no." I'll
try to copy this message to product suggestions, and send another post to
this list if they tell me I'm wrong.

On top of being frustrating (if you like your desktop set up in a particular
way), this is disappointing simply because it's a feature which is not
difficult to code.

Michael


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Author:    Posted: Mon, 10 Jan 2005 14:42:27 -0500
Forced to migrate from the discontinued ProCite for the Macintosh to
some other bibliographic database application I just spent several days
testing three possible alternatives and I thought that my experiences
could be of interest to subscribers of this list.

These observations regard only the Macintosh platform and should not be
taken as any indication whatsoever regarding the usability of the
mentioned applications under Windows. The testing was done on an iBook
G3 600 Mhz, MacOS 10.3.7, 256 MB RAM.

Testing involved demo-versions of three applications: Endnote 8
(http://www.endnote.com), Bookends 7.7.5 (http://www.sonnysoftware.com)
and Sente 2.0.2 (http://www.thirdstreetsoftware.com/). In addition to
these three applications there are some, mainly open-source or free
bibliographic database management applications belonging to the BibTeX
family, which is a bit a world apart, plus some entirely web-based
platform-independent solutions, which I have not considered because
they do not allow one to work with one's references without a permanent
internet-connection.

Sente is mainly oriented toward bibliographic management with heavy
reliance on the web and web-sources. If this is your main thing, then
it might be worthwhile having a proper look at this application. For
this review Sente has not been extensively tested because it lacks a
Cite While You Write feature, which was one of my requirements for a
new application.

Remain Endnote and Bookends, similar in concept both to each other and
to the now defunct ProCite, although with important differences.
Endnote is the most universal of the two, offering a wide variety of
reference types and separate fields for data entry as well as
ready-made Word-Endnote templates for preparing manuscripts in
accordance with the guidelines of many publishers and journals.
Furthermore Endnote is Unicode compatible, whereas Bookends is not yet
(version 8 which will support Unicode is currently being beta-tested
and will probably be available in a not too distant future). Endnote's
extra features come at a cost which is almost three times as high as
that of Bookends though. Also Endnote lacks two features which Bookends
has: a "group" function similar to the one in ProCite, which allows one
to mark sets of records within a database as groups for later
reference, export or targeted searches, and Cite While You Write
integration with two other word processors apart from Word: Mellel, and
Nisus Writer (Express). Both can scan documents generated by other Word
processors for citations, though. Endnote 8 is MacOS X only, Bookends
is available in a Classic version and an OS X version. Endnote comes
with a larger assortment of import filters and output styles than
Bookends, but both are mainly oriented toward the sciences, whereas
scholars working in the humanities will have two write their own
filters and styles under both.

Of course many factors bear upon the choice which people will make for
the one or the other application, and everybody should test both
alternatives before making this choice, but as a rule of thumb I would
give the following advice:

- If the level of bibliographic detail you need does not exceed the
basic data necessary for generating citations and bibliographies
accompanying books and articles (author, editor, book title, chapter
title, journal name, article title, publisher, place of publication,
year of publication, page numbers, volume and issue number) plus
reference information like keywords, notes, URL, abstract and call
number - choose Bookends. Apart from being considerably cheaper, it
does its job flawlessly and offers the same versatility as Endnote in
formatting in-text citations and bibliographies in word-processing
documents, including the possibility to automatically generate three
different citation forms (first citation, subsequent citation and full
bibliography entry), which is a prerequisite for scholars in the
humanities.

- If you need a greater level of bibliographic detail or, so far (but
this is to change, see above), you need Unicode capabilities, choose
Endnote. Endnote allows for an infinitely greater variety in data entry
and reference type customisation than both the current and the future
version of Bookends. All the more because of its great potential it is
a great pity though that Endnote is marred by a great many bugs,
sluggishness, and an insufficiently thoroughly edited user
documentation. Bugs that appeared during testing included one
"Application unexpectedly Quit"-error, several "Generic service error
messages", frequent failures to save changes when editing output
styles, necessitating creating incrementally numbered versions of the
same output style through the "Save As" backdoor to reach the final
result, and recurrent problems in the redrawing and resizing of windows
when editing styles, necessitating complicated manoeuvres to see what
one is actually typing. Endnote's sluggishness could be related to its
very demanding system requirements of a G4 processor or higher
(although the application also runs on a G3-processor as testified by
this reviewer's experience), unparallelled on the Mac-platform and
outstripping even those of the latest version of the operating system.
The User documentation has obviously been rather hastily rewritten from
the Windows version up to the point where it refers the user to locate
files through the Windows explorer. Once these issues will be addressed
by the developer Endnote will be a fine programme, though.

Hope this has been of some use,


Gijs Kessler
International Institute of Social History
Amsterdam, The Netherlands


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Author:    Posted: Fri, 25 Feb 2005 14:20:50 -0500
Hello

I have EndNote 8.0.2 and I am trying to find out how to have few words in the
title in upper case.
What I want to do is make this title appear like this - Results from the Heart
and Estrogen/Progestin Replacement Study (HERS) trial. - with upper case
letters in the name of the trial.

I did figure out how to make HERS be in upper case by using the "change case"
command. I don't want to have to use "leave titles as entered" becuase then I
would have to make a lot of changes to other titles.
Any suggestions?

Thank you,
Halle



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Author:    Posted: Wed, 11 May 2005 17:11:35 -0400
Hi

I have just been asked how do you put the endnote refs relevant to a particular page at the bottom of each page? Is there a particular style that does this?





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The University of Western Australia

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Author:    Posted: Tue, 28 Jun 2005 14:06:24 -0400
Hi Thomas,

My guess is that the change has happened in Word. Try going to the
Insert>Footnote>Options menu. My guess is that you'll find that in the Number
Format, 1,2,3 have been replaced by little Roman i, ii, iii.

best wishes,

Peter Mayer
==============
Quoting />
I am on a deadline to complete a proposal and Endnote 7 has done something
inexplicable.

I had two Word files (chapters) with formatted endnotes. I wanted to add those
two files to a third Word file (the rest of my proposal). I simply highlighted
each Word file, copied them and then pasted them into the third Word file (my
proposal). Endnote changed the endnote numbering from arabic numbers, 1,2,3 to
roman numerals, i,ii,iii.

How do I fix this?

Tom Hagedorn

"Dwell too much on the past, and you neglect the present; ignore the past, and
you rob the future." - Anonymous



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Author:    Posted: Wed, 3 Aug 2005 12:27:51 -0400 (
Hi everyone.

RE:

extra commas and spaces in CWYW citation in the document
I followed the instructions below for getting rid of the problem of extra commas and spaces in multiple citations and they worked beautifully. My new problem is when I want to include page numbers I get this:

(Lemert, 1972,ยฐp. 1)

Can anyone help?

You need to modified the citation in the specific style to be (Author,
Year|,ยฐCited Pages) with a forced separation between Year and the comma and
a link adjacent text between the comma and Cited Pages. I n case it
doesn't show up, the forced separation looks like a line and the link
adjacent looks like a centered degree sign in the Windows version.

Leanne

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School of Psychology
University of Sydney
NSW, 2006
Australia

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Author:    Posted: Wed, 5 Oct 2005 15:50:57 -0400 (
Endnote-Interest (List Post)
Subject: Re: Endnote 9 with Mac OSX and word 2004
Sender: /> Precedence: bulk
Reply-To: />
Thank you, Sam for your reassuring words. But since you run a newer OS,
I'll see what others with my exact software combination have to say.

Bye!
Marcus



> From: /> > Reply-To: /> > Date: Wed, 5 Oct 2005 14:08:56 -0400 (EDT)
> To: /> > Subject: Endnote 9 with Mac OSX and word 2004
>
> Hi Marcus,
>
> I recently upgraded from 7 to 9, as well as from word 2000 to word 2004. I'm
> running Tiger OS on a G5 mac.
>
> No complaints! I think 9 was one of those "major upgrades" - they should have
> just skipped stupid 8 altogether.
>
> Everything seems to work just fine -- though I note that it's somewhat slower
> to
> edit a citation in word, but not annoyingly so.
>
> I currently run EN8 with Word 2004 on Mac OS 10.3.9, and am living with the
>> annoying bugs of EN8. Would upgrading to EN9 be an improvement? Are there
>> any know issues with EN9+OS 10.3.9+Word 2004? (e.g. Library conversion,
>> CWYW, connection files, style templates, etc...) Thank you!
>>
>> Bye!
>> Marcus
>>
>

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Author:    Posted: Fri, 7 Oct 2005 18:48:39 -0400 (
Hello there,

I'm aware that people who subscribe to user lists often moan about the
products they use, but in terms of EN 8 and Mac OS X, there is
something else. In the last three days this list has had the following
assessments:

> Endnote 9 should have been a long time ago as 8.1, a free upgrade to
> a greatly flawed piece of software. Shame on you Thompson/ISI, i
> guess we are seeing first hand what happens with the monopolization
> of a software technology - users be damned.

> No complaints! I think 9 was one of those "major upgrades" - they
> should have
> just skipped stupid 8 altogether.

> I'll be honest, I was and am COMPLETELY PISSED OFF that ISI had the
> audacity to sell us EN8 and not create patches for the known problems
> with Word 2004. Even after a year there has been no attempt to fix
> the problem. It is as if we, the stupid sheep like consumers of EN,
> will just wait and DROP ANOTHER $100 on EN9 without question.
>
> And many will.
>
> I downloaded the demo, its great, but as soon as I finish with my
> projects requiring EN, I'm done.
>
> ISI has cheated me out of enough money with software that they should
> be supporting but are, instead, holding off on so they can develop
> EN9, EN10, and so on.
>
> I mean, really, they failed to patch or repair EN8 with Word 2004,
> yet emailed me to try to pimp the latest version to me? Had they
> offered fixes for those MANY MANY glitches in EN8, I'd probably be
> game. I've been an EN fan since EN3, but EN8 was extremely
> disappointing. I can say one thing for sure - when I came to EN, I
> brought at least 10 people with me. We thought it was great. I'm
> taking more back to the good old fashion way of hand citing out of
> frustration and lack of good service.

I'd wanted EN since a colleague on a professional email list raved
about EN 4, but I didn't have the money for it. I did my Ph.D. thesis
without it and the amount of time I spent repairing bibliographic
inconsistencies made me think that the best thing would be to buy EN.
I finally had the money to do so early this year, and got EN 8 for Mac
and the hard-copy instruction book. I used it with OS 10.3.9 on an
article submission in the spring. It was slow and capricious. It
seemed to change fonts - sometimes the default font in EN, sometimes
the default font for Word, sometimes something completely different.
Sometimes it would update, sometimes it wouldn't. The chosen output
style seems to change at random. The spinning beachball of death spun
many times, and Word would often freeze or crash. I'd expected to take
more time over this article than on future ones, because I had to copy
and paste my entire library and learn to use the software, but in the
end, I could have written out the entire library in crayon on a piece
of paper and type it in by hand for each copy I sent to the journal on
an old-fashioned manual typewriter. It wasn't quite as much time as I
spent on my thesis, but this was a thirty-page article, not a 430-page
thesis.

I thought that this was just a fault of my G3 Mac not being strong
enough. I then installed it on a G4 Powerbook I've used without
problem for several years and it caused a repeated kernel panic with
all sorts of ominous bongs. I almost lost everything and had to take
it to the experts at the university to reset the PRAM and all sorts,
including trashing EN. This was the first major crash I have ever had
on any Mac, and I've used Macs since 1985. And it was EN, with Word,
'wot done it'.

So now I don't use EN 8, even on the G3, because if it will make the G4
sick, it's dangerous. I've just got the Adept Scientific catalogue
today and it made me angry. I just paid for EN 8 in January and if it
was a good product, I'd just think oh, well, I'd just bought at the
wrong time and pay essentially the same amount again for the upgrade.
However, I've just wasted 80-odd quid on rubbish and I'm not throwing
good money after bad.

I teach a research methods course at a university and this year I was
going to teach EndNote, as the university has it available for
students. I was then going to supply libraries to students for each
course I teach in subsequent year, thus perpetuating the EN client
base. But this year I've continued to recommend that students do their
bibliographies by hand and provide a hard-copy style guide for them to
do it. The only way I'd try EN 9 is if the company held its hand up to
EN 8's problems and gave me a free upgrade. Maybe everyone who has had
such problems should take this to EndNote or to their reseller.

Cheers,

Virginia
--
Virginia Anderson, editor
JEMS: Journal of Experimental Music Studies
Sponsored by the Experimental Music Catalogue
http://www.experimentalmusic.co.uk
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Author: Belinda    Posted: Fri, 2 Dec 2005 11:28:02 -0500 (
I am using Endnote 8.2 with Word. My operating system is windows xp.
I am having a problem formatting a document in a new style i have had to
create for a chapter I am contributing to a publisher who needs it to be in
Harvard - but not the Harvard in Endnote!

At the moment the whole document is unformatted - when I try to format the
screen freezes - the Window task manager displays maximum activity. It is
desperately trying to do something.

Any ideas? I could attach the new style to anyone who can help in case there
are some fundamental errors in there causing the problem.
Belinda


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Author:    Posted: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 11:41:18 -0500
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Hi:

Does anybody know whether it's possible to define a new
output style / reference type including a second dynamic
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Thanks,

Thomas

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Author:    Posted: Mon, 6 Mar 2006 11:35:54 -0500 (
I have a list of references in a document that was not created using EndNote.
The document is in a bibliography form. Anybody with an experience how to
import such unformatted files to EndNote?

Thanks


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Author:    Posted: Mon, 6 Mar 2006 11:36:16 -0500 (
I am using an edited version of Chicago 14th A in EndNote 5 and have a
query about repeated citations in footnotes. I hope someone here may be
able to help.

I would like to modify some of the settings for repeated citations as I am
finding that when I format my paper, for some reference types no
information appears in a repeated citation, except for cited pages, or
information that I don't want to appear has been included. For example,
repeated citations for 'Newspaper articles' is only including cited pages
and no information about date or name of newspaper; and for 'Book
Section', a repeated reference in consecutive footnotes appears as, eg.
'Ibid.in p.22'. Here, the 'in' appears in the first citation of the
reference but I don not want it to appear like this in a repeated
citation. How can I modify these inconsistencies?

I have read pp. 342-2 in the Endnote 5 Manual and am aware of the
'repeated citations' panel in the 'Footnotes' heading for modyifying
styles, however the options are limited. I am wondering if there is
another section in the endote that will allow me to make further
modifications.

Thank you.

Lucy Harper
The University of Melbourne







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Author:    Posted: Fri, 30 Jun 2006 11:16:01 -0400
Sent: Wednesday, June 28, 2006 1:49 AM
To: Endnote-Interest
Subject: Google Scholar --> EndNoteX

The problem is with the EndNote X Import Filter, which is used to
convert the data on the web site into a record in the Library. I am sure
this will be fixed soon but in the mean time change your Google Scholar
Preferences to Import Citations into 'RefMan' instead of 'EndNote'. This
uses the RIS Import Filter which appears to work fine in IE.

Regards,

Bob Green.
Adept Scientific plc.





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Date: Tue, 27 Jun 2006 13:03:35 -0400 (EDT)
From: /> Subject: Google Scholar --> EndNote?

All,

I have experimented with configuring Google Scholar for EndNote. So far
it does not appear to be working very well. :-\

I've tried using Foxfire *and* IE, with EndNote X, but with both
browsers data is missing. IE opens an Ancient Text reference type (?),
and the journal title is missing. Foxfire captures even less in the
proper fields.

Any suggestions? To John East: I'd love to make a link to your cite, but
until/unless I can get data to land where it's supposed to, I don't
think I can.

Even if it did work, capturing one citation at a time is a bit clunky.

- --
Buzz Haughton
100 N West Quad
Davis, CA 95616-5292
(530) 754-5705
Fax: (530) 754-8785
/>


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Author: On Behalf    Posted: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 19:12:44 -0400
Of /> Sent: Tuesday, July 11, 2006 1:58 PM
To: Endnote-Interest
Subject: 'Exclude Author' and disappearing citations
Sender: /> Precedence: bulk
Reply-To: />
I'm using EndNote 6.0.2 with Microsoft Office Word 2003 SP2 on Windows
XP.
I'm using the "APA 5th" citation style.

Usually I just use the citations as they are inserted, e.g.:
Life is good (Morris, 1993).

But sometimes I want to do this:
Morris (1993) says life is good.

To do this, I insert the citation as normal, but then I right click on
it, select "Edit Citation(s)..." and check "Exclude author". Most of the
time this works fine, but for certain citations the whole citation just
disappears. I know it is still there, because I can still right click on
the space where it used to be and get the "Edit Citation(s)..." option.
And when I do this, the information in the dialog looks fine. In the
list of citations it has something like:
,1993 #42
And the "Exclude author" box is checked. But the citation stays
invisible unless I uncheck the "Exclude author" option.

I haven't been able to find any common distinguishing feature of the few
citations that have this problem, but I don't have a good idea of what
to look for.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

thanks,
adamk

Adam Krawitz
Cognition & Perception Area
Department of Psychology
University of Michigan

Email: /> Office Phone: 734-647-3698
Office: 4424 East Hall


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Author: On Behalf    Posted: Wed, 12 Jul 2006 12:37:39 -0400
Of /> Sent: Wednesday, July 12, 2006 8:16 AM
To: Endnote-Interest
Subject: Re: 'Exclude Author' and disappearing citations
Sender: /> Precedence: bulk
Reply-To: />
Thanks for your questions, because they led me to discover the source of
the problem, which surprised me, and seems problematic - definitely
worth some sort of documentation, if not the label 'bug'. Let me
explain:

When I unformatted the document (Tools->EndNote 6->Unformat
Citation(s)), the citations looked fine, e.g.:
{, 1993 #42}
When I then reformatted the document (Tools->EndNote 6->Format
Bibliography...) something interesting happened. First the "EndNote
Format Bibliography" dialog box popped up and I clicked "OK". Then a
window I have never seen before titled "EndNote Select Matching
Reference" came up. This window looked just like the one that appears
when you select Tools->EndNote
6->Find Citation(s).... In the "Find" box, was my problematic reference:
, 1993 #42
And in the list of matching references there were two references listed.

One was my intended reference, and the other was from another library I
had open in EndNote. Both references have Record Number 64, and Year
1999. I could then select one or the other and click "Insert", and then
EndNote finished formatting my document. And my reference disappeared as
it did before!

So here is my interpretation of the problem:
When EndNote formats the document, it searches through all open
reference libraries to resolve the unformatted, bracketed citations. If
there are 2 or more references that match a citation, then there is an
ambiguity. In "Instant Formatting" mode, this leads to the resolution
silently failing and the citation disappearing (although it is still
there invisibly). When you manually format, EndNote asks for help in
resolving the ambiguity, but then fails to actually make use of your
choice, and the citation disappears anyway.

The conclusion:
Having more than one reference library open at the same time is not a
good idea if you want to use citations without the author listed, since
this greatly increases the chances for an ambiguous citation. EndNote
should really do something better than silently remove a citation when
this sort of ambiguity occurs. And EndNote should have some mechanism to
actually resolve this ambiguity, so that I can have more than one
library open.
(Perhaps there is such a mechanism that I haven't found?)

Hopefully this problem doesn't exist in the current version of EndNote,
because it seems like a major limitation. If anyone can comment on that,
I would be interested to hear.

P.S.
Once I closed the other reference library and then formatted, everything
worked fine.

thanks,
adamk


--On Wednesday, July 12, 2006 9:03 AM -0500 "Wiedemann, Leanne"
wrote:

>
> If you unformat the document (not remove codes) to return to a bracket
> reference- does it show the reference as {,1993 #42} (and is the
> record number correct and does it look exactly like one that works
> with regard to spaces, etc?) If so, then reformat the whole document,
> does it still disappear?
>
> Leanne
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From:
> /> > Sent: Tuesday, July 11, 2006 1:58 PM
>
> I'm using EndNote 6.0.2 with Microsoft Office Word 2003 SP2 on Windows

> XP.
> I'm using the "APA 5th" citation style.
>
> Usually I just use the citations as they are inserted, e.g.:
> Life is good (Morris, 1993).
>
> But sometimes I want to do this:
> Morris (1993) says life is good.
>
> To do this, I insert the citation as normal, but then I right click on

> it, select "Edit Citation(s)..." and check "Exclude author". Most of
> the time this works fine, but for certain citations the whole citation

> just disappears. I know it is still there, because I can still right
> click on the space where it used to be and get the "Edit
Citation(s)..." option.
> And when I do this, the information in the dialog looks fine. In the
> list of citations it has something like:
> ,1993 #42
> And the "Exclude author" box is checked. But the citation stays
> invisible unless I uncheck the "Exclude author" option.
>
> I haven't been able to find any common distinguishing feature of the
> few citations that have this problem, but I don't have a good idea of
> what to look for.
>
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>
> thanks,
> adamk
>


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Author: Patrice Chalon    Posted: Fri, 14 Jul 2006 13:59:12 -0400

Sent: Thursday, July 13, 2006 11:15 PM
To: Endnote-Interest
Subject: RE: PubMed download
Sender: /> Precedence: bulk
Reply-To: />
Hi Jack,
To download from PubMed, you should care about this:
- the text file must be a .txt file: .html or .cgi doesn't work well
- your import filter must be up to date: we are working with EN7, the
out of the box filter was obsolete, I had to adapt it
Yours
Patrice



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Subject: RE: PubMed download



Lately, I have noticed that the downloaded references from PubMed when I
try to import into Endnote, only one reference is imported while that
others are still lying dormant.

I am following the exact steps pertaining to 'saving' from PubMed.
Can anyone shed light on the technicality here.

Thanks.

Jack Fernandes
Research Office
Aga Khan University
Karachi
Official: Yes




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Author: Duncan Branley    Posted: Wed, 23 Aug 2006 15:07:23 -0400
Subject: RE: Firefox extension for Endnote or Refworks
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Dear Marco,

This works well with Firefox 1.5.0.1 and EndNote X. I'll test it on the
latest machine

I couldn't get anything from the Tools | EndNote Content Export - is
that coming in a future release? This could be really useful for
grabbing online media reports.

Thanks for this - a really useful initiative. Especially now that
Onfolio which used to tie in nicely with EndNote 9 has been bought by
Microsoft and doesn't as easily with version X.

Duncan

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Author: Patrice Chalon    Posted: Fri, 8 Sep 2006 13:40:43 -0400

Sent: Thursday, September 07, 2006 11:59 PM
To: Endnote-Interest
Subject: Re: Subject: Endnote 7 versus Endnote X
Sender: /> Precedence: bulk
Reply-To: />
Hi,
I did not followed the post from the beginning,so I hope I don't dubbel
the information.
..
I 'm using EN7 and have to deal with colleguas using EN 8, 9 or X, and
also reference Manager

Our strategy is quite simple

exchange bibliography in RIS format (take care of not using reference
type only available since 8): the ris file is shared, if somebody add a
reference, the ris file is updated

for those running reference manage, I've created a little procedure to
get the right in text citation format thanks to a ref man output style
(format citation into another citation using the endnote format using
label instead og rec id), a modified RIS import filter for endnote (rec
id go to label field) and a specific outputstyle for endnote
(transforming the in text citations using the label format into a
standard in text citation using the rec id)

this allow us to make the final layout of our report even with chapters
comming from external experts

patrice




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Subject: Re: Subject: Endnote 7 versus Endnote X



I'm glad you mentioned this, Donna. Actually, it's a problem with
versions earlier than ENX, too.

I came to EndNote late in the game, so to speak, buying version 8 last
summer and upgrading to 9 when it came out just a few weeks after my
initial purchase. I haven't upgraded to ENX yet. I've run into some
issues with clients who are still using version 7. When we share files,
EndNote (of course) converts their libraries to a version compatible
with mine, and if I need to edit any of their references they can't use
my version of the file. Furthermore, there doesn't appear to be any way
to export the newer library to a format that EndNote 7 can read.

Unfortunately for me, many people are still using Version 7. So I need a
strategy, other than refusing to modify their libraries, that addresses
this problem.

Thanks for raising this issue!

Best,
Kristen Wagner

At 05:25 PM 9/6/2006, wrote:
>Has anyone considered the possible disadvantage that ENX is not
>back-compatible with any work you have using EN7? (At least that's
>what I've heard) I'd be interested in reading users' comments pro&con
>about that.
>Thanks, -Donna




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Author: Librarygrrrl 43321556    Posted: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 14:31:00 -0500

Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2007 4:32 PM
To: Endnote-Interest
Subject: RE: MLA Expert - Forewords/Introductions
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Thanks - I'd do that if it were just me who needed to do this.
Unfortunately, I'm trying to make this work for 30 first-year university
students who have not only just encountered EndNote for the first time,
but who are also trying to figure out exactly what their professor and I
mean by "bibliographic citations."
:)



--Megan



--- wrote:

Assuming
you won't want to use a different style with a different

> output, I have
a fudge to suggest. Why not enter the Book Author as

> "Alan Smith," which
will make Endnote think it is a company and it will

> come out, as you want
it?

>

> Leanne

>

> -----Original Message-----

> From: />
> On Behalf Of

> />
> Sent: Monday, February 12, 2007 1:19 PM

> To: />
> Subject: MLA Expert - Forewords/Introductions

>

> I'm trying to format
a new reference type to comply with MLA's treatment

> of forewords, introductions,
prefaces, and afterwords in books. So far,

> I'm doing pretty well - I've
used one of the unused reference types and

> called it Forewards. I've mapped
these generic reference type fields to

> my Foreword reference type:

>

> Author - Author

> Year - Year

> Title - Part of Work

> Secondary Author
- Editor

> Secondary Title - Title of Part

> Place Published - City

> Publisher
- Publisher

> Pages - Pages

> Tertiary Author - Book Author (THIS IS THE
PROBLEM ONE) Tertiary Title -

> Book Title Edition - Edition Translated Author
- Translator

>

> In the MLA Style Manager I selected Bibliography, then
Templates. I

> added my reference type to the list and started editing.
What I've got

> so far (and what works NEARLY correctly) is this:

>

>
Author.~"Book Part Title." Book Part. Book Title.~By ~Book

> Author|.~Trans.~Translator|.~Ed.^Eds~Editor|.

> ~City|:~Publisher|,~Year|. Pages.

>

> This formats everything exactly
as it should with ONE problem: The Book

> Author, according to MLA, needs
to be listed Firstname Lastname here,

> not Lastname, Firstname. That setting
is controlled by Author Name

> option under Bibliographies.

>

> Does
anyone have any great ideas on how to make that happen? I'm just

> about
out of my league here.

>

> Thanks,

> --Megan Adams Brooks

> />
> Research & Instruction Librarian

> Wellesley College Library

>

>


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Author:    Posted: Fri, 14 Dec 2007 18:44:33 -0500
Good morning,

I need some assistance on assisting with an enquiry on downloading
endnote to my computer and a question and message I continue to get
stating "cannot extract files". I am wondering whether this is anything
to do with not having Winzip on my computer.

I look forward to hearing from you.
Regards,

Katherine Raper


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Author: Mary Hansen    Posted: Fri, 11 Jan 2008 19:58:46 -0500

Hi All

I am trying export an endnote library into access and vice versa. I
found some instructions by Robert W Gear explaining how to do it
http://www.swan.ac.uk/media/Media,9117,en.pdf and this works perfect in
version 9 (on my home computer). However, I am using Endnote X1 at work
and it doesn't work. When I do the very first step of exporting the
references as a 'tagged' text file by using the 'endnote export' output
style it creates a text file the same as using the 'tab delimited'
output style - so when I do the second step of impoting that text file
into a new library so the carriage returns a gone, it doesn't import.

Any thoughts on why it works in Version 9 but not in X1.

TIA for any assistance



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Author: On Behalf Of Christophe    Posted: Tue, 22 Jan 2008 18:07:29 -0500
Schmitz
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2008 10:27 PM
To: Endnote-Interest
Subject: output style for Journal of Biomolecular NMR
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Hi

I am looking for the style for Journal of Biomolecular NMR
Unfortunately it is not on the list of style in endnote.

On this link:
http://ltl.tkk.fi/ice/MSH/Supported%20Publications
I get the idea the I should use the style Harvard which really doesn't
look like
j. biomol. NMR
Besides, Harvard style has apparently been changes in 2003.
Does anyone has already written a style for this journal?

Regards



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Author: Seggewiss_R    Posted: Mon, 28 Jan 2008 17:35:34 -0500

Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2008 4:13 AM
To: Endnote-Interest
Subject: output style: cytotherapy
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Dear all,

does someone have experience with the output style for the journal
cytotherapy?

Many thanks and kind regards,

Ruth Seggewiss


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