Dear Emma These selections in style manager will only work if you have made full use of the Journals Term list (which you will find in Tools - Term lists). In this list you tell EndNote the full name of each journal and up to 3 abbreviations. There are a number of predefine journal term lists which are available both from EndNote.com and various libraries around the world, which you can import into EndNote. The advice I give my novice users is to import our termlist of favourite journals before they start creating any new EndNote library and then only have to monitor the list for additional journals and can easily edit a few records. If you have just allowed EndNote to build the termlist from entries in your library then you may have to do a lot of editing. Kind regards Patti
Template for Current Biology- unable to get abbreviated journals
Author: Community Mailer
Posted: Thu, 23 Apr 2009 06:18:56 -0700
Subject: Re: Style Template for Current Biology- unable to get abbreviated journals
Author: Leanne (Guru)
Date: 04-23-2009 02:18 PM
Import the Medical, Biosciences and possibly Chemical journals terms into your library. See this web site for details on importing journal terms into library. As it describes, it is easiest to delete any existing automatically built terms list, with a downloaded list, rather than trying to edit what you already have. http://www.library.uq.edu.au/faqs/endnote/journal_terms.html. Make sure you edit any Journal output Style you use to select the appropriate format for abbreviations (or in full) for that Journal (need to have imported the journal terms into your library to get this to work! See above), as many of the styles come as defaulting to whatever your record.