There are two ways to use the 'Edit & Manage Citation(s)' function:
1. Control-click method from Word
Select the citation you wish to change.
Control-click and then select Edit Citation(s)
Then select More.
2. Toolbar method from Word
In your document select the citation you want to change by placing the cursor anywhere within it.
Select the EndNote 20 tab from the toolbar ribbon.
Select the Edit & Manage Citation(s) button and make the necessary changes. Save the changes and the citation will be updated.
NB If this doesn't work for your style, then use the Suffix field, but enter the space and punctuation needed, eg: , p. 25
Multiple citations will appear in alphabetical order in text or in footnotes. Some styles may require ancient texts to be listed first, or more important references to be listed first, rather than alphabetically. To change order:
EndNote embeds code within your Word and any stray code can corrupt your document. It is essential that when you make changes to a reference that you use the Edit & Manage Citations function in EndNote.
Don't delete or edit this text directly, there is a risk that stray EndNote code is left behind. This may corrupt your document.
By highlighting your in-text citations and references will prevent you accidentally deleting or editing embedded EndNote codes. To do this open Word and then follow the steps:
Fields that are connected to EndNote will now appear in grey shading.