Author: Community Mailer
Posted: Thu, 4 Sep 2008 18:14:11 -0700
Subject: Capitalization workaround for non-English titles?
Author: ENR (New User)
Date: 09-05-2008 02:13 AM
Hi, I recently (and reluctantly) switched from ProCite to Endnote X2. One of the first things I noticed as I converted my 7000+ records is that Endnote doesn't seem to have an equivalent feature to the "=" sign, which in ProCite you could place in front of a title to keep its capitalization intact, regardless of style. This is essential for titles in languages such as German, Italian and French, which do not use Headline-style capitalization. I understand that in Endnote I can change the default title capitalization to "as entered" but that would mean that all my English titles would be "off" (since in ProCite the recommended format for entering titles was sentence style, leaving it up to the program to do all the capitalization). So: Is there any workaround to save me from having to manually fix capitalization on hundreds of non-English titles every time I generate a formatted bibliography in Endnote? Am I missing something? Many thanks in advan