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May 27, 2008

Unformat Citations

If you want to temporarily remove the full listing of references from your document to make your own text clearer, you can use the Unformat Citations option to turn the references into temporary citations.

Changing your references into temporary citations

  1. Click on the Unformat Citation(s) option (the curved arrow in a square)
  2. The references should now be displayed in the following format {author name, year} with no reference list at the end of the document.
Note: This will just affect the document you are currently working on – not all documents you use with EndNote Web.

Changing your references back to formatted citations

  1. Click on the Format Bibliography button (the one with 1. 2. 3. written on it)
  2. Choose the reference style you want to use (e.g. Harvard) and click OK.
  3. This will convert your references back to the standard display.
This will just affect the current document, not any document you use with EndNote Web.

Turning off formatted citations for all EndNote Web documents
  1. Click on the Format Bibliography icon in EndNote Web (the icon labelled 1. 2. 3.)
  2. Click on the Instant Formatting tab.
  3. Click on the Turn Off button.
  4. Click OK.
To turn it back on again, repeat steps 1-3, but click Turn On.

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