回覆者 Answered By: 圖書館員 麗敏 Last Updated: 2017/05/03 Views: 5
Most likely, you are currently using an output style that doesn't include a citation definition, such as the "Show All Fields" output style or the "Chicago 16th Footnote" output style. To fix this, simply format the bibliography using a different output style. To do so:
- In the document, do the following:
Word 2010 / 2013 / 2016 (Win and Mac) with EndNote X4 and later: Go to the EndNote tab.
Word 2007 with EndNote X1 and later: Go to the EndNote tab.
Word 2007 with EndNote X and earlier: Go to the Add-Ins tab and choose "EndNote > Format Bibliography."
Word 2008 / 2011 with EndNote X5 and later: Go to the "Tools" Menu and choose "EndNote > Bibliography Settings."
Word X / 2000 / 2002 (XP) / 2003 / 2004 / 2008 / 2011: Go to the "Tools" Menu and choose "EndNote > Format Bibliography."
- Here, select the output style you'd like to use in the output style drop-down menu. A generic output style you can use for this purpose is the "Author-Date" style.
- Click the OK button (or "Update Citations and Bibliography" in Word 2007 and EndNote X1 or later or EndNote X4 and later in Word 2010 / 2013 / 2016 Win or "Bibliography > Update Citations and Bibliography" with EndNote X7 and Word 2016 Mac) to format the document using your selected style.
Additionally, if you are using an author/year type of output style and the reference you are citing does not include an author or a year, there will be nothing to display in the citation, so the citation will simply not show up.