Answered By: Sharon Whitfield Last Updated: May 02, 2017 Views: 4
To prepare a document for final submission, you need to create a copy that does not contain the field codes that EndNote uses during the writing phase.
Save the formatted citations and bibliography as text
- Open your finished and formatted Word document.
- On the EndNote toolbar:
- Windows - select Convert Citations and Bibliography and then Convert to Plain Text
- Mac - select Tools and then Convert to Plain Text
3. Save the new document under a new name
A message will appear explaining that it will create a new copy of the document, which you will then need to save. It will not be possible to reformat the references and bibliography in the new document using EndNote.
The original document will not be changed and will still contain EndNote's field codes. Keep the original document in case you need to reformat, add or edit references. If you make any EndNote changes you will need to produce another text version.