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How do I use Footnotes in Word with EndNote?

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Insert footnotes in Word as

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Insert footnotes in Word as normal. Type text into a footnote if needed, then insert references into the footnote using the Insert Citation(s) icon as normal.

In the various Harvard (UTS) styles, citations in footnotes have the same format as the in-text citations.

To change this so that citations in footnotes have the same format as references in the bibliography, in EndNote click on Edit, Output Styles, Edit "[your style]", Footnotes Templates. Change Format citations in footnotes from Same as In-Text Citations to Same as Bibliography.

The AGLC (UTS) referencing style (for Law) comes with its own "Footnotes" format, because in this style all in-text citations are inserted into Footnotes.

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