EndNote – adding page numbers
When using EndNote and Cite While You Write (CWYW) to manage your references it can be a little tricky to add page numbers into citations in the text.
The key is to edit the EndNote citation and include the page number(s), and any punctuation, in the Suffix not Pages field.
The technical reason for this is that Harvard (and its variants) is an author date citation style and so the pages field is ignored. (In contrast MLA is an author page number citation style, but this is rarely used in business and management literature.)
The EndNote CWYW Edit Citation feature is also used if you want your in text citation to have just the year – just tick the Omit Author checkbox.
Related FAQs on EndNote (from http://go.mbs.ac.uk/bizlib247 ):
- How do I find information about Harvard citation style?
- Where can I find info on how to use EndNote?
- How do I choose a citation style?
- How can I edit an EndNote style?
Finally, advice from the University of Queensland on how to combine references if you have written each chapter as a separate Word document – http://www.library.uq.edu.au/endnote/combine_chapters.html
For University of Manchester tips see Referencing – new citation guide (posted 26 Feb 2013)